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Using Nokia 3650 as modem

Can anyone tell me (in detail preferably) how i can connect my e400 to my Nokia 3650 to use the 3650 as GPRS modem over Infrared ?

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Re: Using Nokia 3650 as modem

On your PDA go to Start – Settings – Connections. There you can find an option called Connections. Chose it and go to option “Add a new modem connection” On this place please enter the name (example MOBILE) and select a modem (Generic IrDA). Next step is to enter the right number that should be called with your mobile phone. At the last step should be inscribed username and password if necessary. Go to finish. After that, make please direct positioning of your mobile phone near PDA. On the mobile phone start in the menu the option called “Infrared”. You can see at the top of the PDA display a symbol for the Connectivity. Touch it with the stylus-pen. As you can see there is a small window with the right name of connection and phone number that should be called. Click on the number and wait for a second. After short time the mobile phone will dial the number.

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