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    Is there a way i can have my system auto connect to my blutetooth phone for gprs service when it comes back from standby? i haven't been able to get it to work...

    Right now i have to hit dial every time.

    Any ideas.
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  • #2
    Originally posted by WebDog View Post
    Is there a way i can have my system auto connect to my blutetooth phone for gprs service when it comes back from standby? i haven't been able to get it to work...

    Right now i have to hit dial every time.

    Any ideas.
    Connect to your phone, or connect to the net?

    Michael
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    • #3
      Not exactly sure how you'd get the script to run automatically after coming back from standby, but with this you'd basically create a couple .bat files with the dos commands to connect to your GPRS dialup connection and then just make the buttons in road runner to "connect" and "disconnect" by just point the buttons to run the two scripts. http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/show...=dialup+script

      Maybe not totally automatic but you just press 'connect' in road runner and you're done.
      Nick
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      • #4
        what bluetooth client software are you using.. and are you using "dial-up" over bluetooth or what they call a bluetooth PAN (Personal area network) ?
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        • #5
          Bluetooth PAN

          Actually my phone was recently upgraded (firmware update on 8525) and it flipped from Dialup to PAN. While I'm very happy with this for internet sharing (basically my phone acts as a router), I'm having a harder time making connections. Is there any easy way (programatically or through a shell command) to connect to the bluetooth pan network connection?

          I use centrafuse right now and it works great with DUN, but doesn't have any current support for PAN.

          Any thoughts on existing solutions?

          Thanks

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