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HOW TO: Compaq iPAQ Bluetooth Tutorials
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 21.08.02 - 13:38:00 CET under 11 - Tips and Tutorials - Viewed 11886x
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Posted by Marco Katz on 25.01.03 - 00:00:00

When I am callying an contact from my iPAQ H5450 through my T68i mobile I get the following strange situation:
The format of the number sent from my iPAQ is not the same as the one received by the T68i so the connection can not be optained.
For example: the number on my iPAQ will be +40722525191 but on my T68i will be received as 40722525191. The missing "+" makes the connection impossible. How can I correct this situation?

Thank you
Marco Maximillian Katz

Posted by Paul McAdams on 13.05.03 - 02:29:19

Dial the number for standard international access, in the uk its 00, the + jus stands for shorthand international status call.

so if i was ringing spain i'd dial

+34 ...

0034 ...

havent tried it on the mobile networks but it shud work!

Posted by Philip Gray on 13.04.04 - 12:13:54

Heres on for you all -

  HP iPAQ 1940 with Bluetooth

  Orange SPV E200 with bluetooth and GPRS

The objective - To connect the iPAQ to the internet using the smartphone GPRS connection via bluetooth.

This must be possible... right?  right?

Yes? No? Maybe?

Posted by Analyzer on 15.04.04 - 00:33:21

any suggestion for samsung sgh s300 gprs phone and ipaq 5550?

Can i connect via gprs-infrared to my ipaq?

Posted by Gandy on 17.08.04 - 23:17:32

[3] SPV - to Ipaq is really straight forward.  Pair devices.  Go throught the Ipaq's BT Connect wizard - choose - connect to internet/cellular phone/select spv in device menu/give your new connection a name.  In phone number field type *99#.  When it asks for username password just click OK leaving all fields blank.


Posted by Ingvar on 24.03.05 - 14:49:07

[1] The + sign stands for International prefix and is automaticly replaced in most phones. Use current prefix for international calls in your country instead of "+". Prefix is 00 in many countries.

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