How do I setup a wireless data connection my TomTom Go 930? Manually??
Blackberry 8830 is not supported yet by TomTom, but is recognized as bluetooth device. In setting up a wireless connection from the TomTom - it is asking for a wireless provider, but not showing Verizon Wireless as an option. After pressing other, the TomTom asked "Do you want to et up your wireless data connection manually?" If I reply yes, then what do I type into the Tom Tom when it asks for the Access point name?
Thank you in advance for your technical help. Paul
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I detest cell phones, but here's how I got my wife's BB8100 and BB8800 to connect to my GO930:
1) Press the button with 7 dots in a circular pattern (Menu?);
2) Click "Options";
3) Click "Bluetooth";
4) Click "TomTom GO 930" (yours may differ);
5) Click "Full Menu";
6) Click "Options";
7) Change "Discoverable" to "Yes";
8) Press the button with the curved arrow (Return?);
9) Click "Save";
10) Click the curved-arrow button until the menus are gone.
The TomTom should now be able to connect to the BB.
Had to do something similar on the iPhone 4 before it could connect (haven't found a "Trust" option yet).
Bluetooth technology troubleshooting: Common Problems . I cannot type a passkey on a Bluetooth enabled device . If you cannot type a passkey on a Bluetooth® enabled device, the passkey might already be defined. . On your BlackBerry® device, in the Enter passkey for <device name> field, try typing 0000. . My list of paired Bluetooth enabled devices does not appear . Try performing the following actions: . • Verify that Bluetooth® technology is turned on. . • Verify that you have added Bluetooth enabled devices to the paired Bluetooth enabled devices list. . I cannot pair with a Bluetooth enabled device . Try performing the following actions: . • Verify that your BlackBerry® device is compatible with the Bluetooth® enabled device. For more information, see the documentation that came with the Bluetooth enabled device. . • Allow the Bluetooth enabled device to discover your BlackBerry device. In the Bluetooth setup application, click Allow another device to find me. . • Turn off encryption for Bluetooth connections between your BlackBerry device and the Bluetooth enabled device. In the device options, click Bluetooth. Click a Bluetooth enabled device. Click Device Properties. Change the Encryption field to Disabled. Press the Menu key. Click Save. . I cannot share contacts with a paired Bluetooth enabled device
Try performing the following actions:
• Verify that Bluetooth® technology is turned on.
• Verify that your BlackBerry® device is paired with the Bluetooth enabled device.
• Verify that, in the Bluetooth options, the Address Book Transfer field is not set to Disabled.
• Verify that your BlackBerry device is connected to a Bluetooth enabled device that supports the Handsfree profile or the Object Push profile. For more information about supported profiles, see the documentation that came with the Bluetooth enabled device.
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try this, pair from the tomtom and not your BB, set your blackberry's bluetooth to discoverable.
from the tomtom search for BT devices, your BB should show up, connect to it, and when asked for a passkey try entering 1234 or 0000. if those dont work your BB should show that the tomtom is attempting to connect and should ask you whether to accept or deny, it may then ask for a passkey which you specify on your BB which you then enter on the tomtom
The phone you are trying to connect are not listed in this list here http://www.tomtom.com/phones/compatibility/devices.php one thing you can do, look for a phone in that list, if it does not connect to your tomtom then there could be an issue with your tomtom bluetooth.
if it was connecting before and you updated to version 8.300 then again it may be the application version that can cause the issue.
my TT says "unable to set up your wireless data connection. Do you want to try another phone model or do you want to set up your wireless data manually?" Since it will not allow me to automatically set up connection, how do I do it manually?
To stream music to the S9 the phone needs to support stereo bluetooth or in other words A2DP. The Blackberry 8830 unfortunately doesn't support this and only supports regular mono bluetooth. This is why no music is heard from the S9.