Just wonder if anyone had the same trouble. i had the phone/PDA fro 2 days. Initially had no problem, but I can get onto the mobile network. Tried other phone and signal is ok. tried soft reset and problem still the same. Closed all connection and all program but still didn't work. Any suggestion?
Is it on the phone mode? There are 2 'modes' for this- just a PDA organiser (with no network and unable to use it as a phone), or phone mode (like the usual cell/mobile phone).
Gently hold down the 'hangup/off' button. The screen will turn off momentarily. The Today screen will say Phone Off. You will not have any network on this.
If you hold down the hangup/off button again, the phone will switch off and on again, and you will be able to see your network or "phone on" on the screen.
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i have a pda mobile "Cell Phone MP3 MP4B55" so i am led to believe however i have no way of putting pictures or music on it as i have no disc to upload on my computer.I was wondering if there is a website i could use or something else you could suggest to me? also my camera doesnt work and i am unable to find how to switch my bluetooth on can you help me please? x
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.
Once the Socketcom Bluetooth card is inserted in the Toshiba Pocket e570 PC and the software has been loaded, the following instructions will set up the Toshiba PDA & Ericsson T39 mobile phone to connect to the Internet.
Click on the Bluetooth icon in the bottom right hand corner.
Click on Get Connected!
Select the device under My Bluetooth phone is: In this case the Ericsson T39.
The following information gives details on how to change the name of the Mobile device. Once this has been read, click on Next.
The phone now has to be made discoverable so that the PDA will detect it. To do this, use the down arrow on the phone to select Extras and then click on Yes.
Scroll down to Bluetooth and Click on Yes.
Select Make Discoverable and a message on the phone will appear saying that the phone is discoverable for the next 3 minutes.
Click on Next on the PDA.
The PDA will now look for a Bluetooth device(s).
Once the mobile is detected the PDA will search for the Device Name of the mobile.
Click on Select and the devices will not connect and create a partnership.
The following Device Bonding window should appear to create a bond between the PDA and phone. Click on Next.
To create the bond a passkey must be entered on the PDA. This may be a between a 4-16 digit code. N.B. We would advise that the code be kept to a numeric sequence as the keys contain more than one letter on them, i.e. for the letter L, the number 5 key will need to be depressed 3 times.
Once the passkey is entered, click on the Reply button.
On the mobile, click on Yes to accept the incoming pass and then enter the same passkey. Click on Yes again to confirm. If the two values are correct, a message will appear on the phone telling you that the devices are bonded.
The PDA should now congratulate you on your connection.
For Internet access via Bluetooth, please follow the steps outlined below. The above instructions only need to be carried out each time a connection is required. However, the instructions below only need to be setup once.
Click on Start, then Settings from the drop down menu.
Click on the Connections tab at the bottom of the screen followed by the Connections icon utility.
In the first drop box labelled "When needed automatically connect to The Internet using these settings" select New.
Under the General tab you will be prompted to give the new connection a name, e.g. Bluetooth.
Select the modem "Bluetooth Phone" and click on Next
Make sure that the fields for the boxes titled Country code and Area code, are empty.
The next field requires the full telephone number, including STD code, you wish to dial, i.e. your ISP telephone number. Put this in and click on Next.
The next page contains a time out clause if the PDA is unable to connect within a set time. By default this should be 120 seconds. Make sure the tick box for "Wait befo