I have a iPAQ H4350 and have connected via Bluetooth using PIE and NetFront to the internet. My service provider, T-Mobile, does NOT require a Name, Password, or Domain Name to authenticate access using their GPRS data service with their Bluetooth-enabled phones. Clever me went and got a Bluetooth-enabled phone from Verizon Wireless and just had to try their 1xRTT "speed" against GPRS and the Verizon authentication DOES require a Name and Password to authenticate. When I had finished having my fun on PIE using Verizon, I wanted to go back to my T-Mobile phone as my preferred modem. Even though I have deleted all instances and profiles I can find to the Verizon connection authentication, whenever I am trying to connect to T-Mobile I am getting bounced and the Network Connection screen is popping up with the pre-populated Verizon logon authentication info filled in again! I believe it is preventing me from connecting because the iPAQ is trying to be "helpful" because surely I didn't want to leave it blank (but NEED to for T-Mobile access)! Now my question: Does anyone have any way to get rid of the unneeded info that is repopulating the "Name" field? I have manually deleted it, but as I indicated it returns when I am bounced off of my attempt to logon, so that appears to not work. HELP, PLEASE!!!
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and scroll to the section: "Using the Wireless LAN (H5550 only)". If you are not using the WLAN utility and are connecting to the internet using a different device, try having a look at the sections: "Connecting to the Internet" and "Using Bluetooth"
If it came as new, the manual will have pictures and arrows showing you which way you have to slide the back. If it wasn't new bring the phone up on the internet and it will be on one of the websites. Good luck
Hi, If you haven't yet solved your problem, use an active sync connection throught bluetooth for example. Once the active sync is connected to the device, you can browse the internet using your PDA. For more information please post back.
If I understand your setup, the computer's got the internet connection, and you want to bluetooth your wife's iPaq to the computer and through it out to the internet? And you've managed to pair the iPaq and the computer?
Have you set up a pass-through relationship on the computer using ActiveSync?
When connected with Activesync you can use your Internet connection on the PC.
In the Activesync Window: Options/Rules/Pass Through - Connection: The Internet
Then leave the PDA in the cradle and access the Internet on the PDA, works automatically ever after.