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Nokia 6680 can you send me new veraion
Here is what you should do step by step:
I.Configure your Computer
1.Install Bluetooth Adapter
2. Bluetooth Configuration->Local Services-> Add Serial Services ->Bluetooth Serial Port->Properties
Check – Startup Automatically
Check – Secure Connection
COM Port: COMx( mine is COM6)
3.Control Panel -> Phone and Modem Options->Modems->Add-> Check Don’t detect my modem->Next->(Standard Modem Types)->Communication cable between two computers->Next-> on witch port do you want to install it ? -> Selected ports -> COMx ( in my case COM6)->Next->Finished
Now in phone and modem options->Modems you should have : Communications cable between two computers : Attached to : COMx ( COM6 my case)
Select Communications cable between two computers -> Properties->Modem-> Maximum Port Speed : 115200 -> ok ->ok.
4.Control Panel ->Network Connections ->Create a new connection-> Next->Set up an advanced Connection-> Next-> Accept incoming connections->Next-> Check : Communications cable between two computers ->Next-> Check: Do not allow virtual private connections->next->next->select: Internet Protocol(TCP/IP)->Properties:
Network access : Check Allow callers to access my local area network
TCP/IP address assignment : Specify TCP/IP addresses:
From: 192.168.0.x ( x=50 in my case)
To: 192.168.0.y (y=52 in my case)
Bluetooth Network -> Enable
Internet Connection ( your internet connection ) -> properties->Advanced->Check:Allow other network users to connect trought this computer’s Internet Connection->OK
If all goes well : Bluetooth Network-> Properties-> Internet Protocol ( TCP/IP)->Properties Should have the following setting:
Checked Use the followind IP address:
IP address: 192.168.0.1
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
6.Start->Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Services->Routing and remote access->Properties->General: Startup type : Automatic - this service MUST be started
**7.Install AnalogX Proxy http://www.analogx.com:80/files/proxyi.exe (for the latest version)
Proxy->Configure-> Proxy Binding: 192.168.0.x ( for me x=50 )->ok.
! If you use a proxy, remember to start it .
II. Configure Phone:
1.Install GnuBox - http://gnubox.dnsalias.org/gnubox/ ( for the latest version)
2.Configure Access point
Tool->Settings->Connection->Accces Points-> New Access point->Use Default Settings
Connection name: Bt
Data Bearer: Packet data
Access point name : Bt
User name: none
Promt Password: NO
Network Type: IPv4
Phone IP address: Automatic
Name Servers: Automatic
**Proxy serv. Address: 192.168.0.x ( for me x=50)
**Proxy port number: 6588
3.Configure all the applications from your phone witch require internet acces to use Bt Access Point
Options->Install Set to GPRS
Options->Install Create Records
Options->Install->Copy settings from GPRS
Options->Install->set RAS login script
Options->2box Bluetooth->Serial Port
Select – your computer
Do you want to require encryption? Yes
Options-> Install->change default AP
** Configure NetFront
Enable Proxy : Yes
Proxy Host : 192.168.0.x ( in my case x=50)
Now you can browse the internet from your phone.
NOTE: First Configure the phone and your pc without the ** settings, and if you can’t browse the Internet form your phone then use the ** settings.
Hope this works fine.Thank you.
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
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