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    yep i'm probably gonna have to grab that and keep my bell contract (i'm in vancouver area). Its a pain paying for two wireless services...but what can you do.

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    Lg Vx4500

    Don't know if this is an appropriate topic but,

    I see that phonecontrol is compatible with the 4500 with limitations.

    What limitations exactly?

    Anyone have the 4500 and can comment on it.

    I'm wondering if its worth it to get the data cable for it and deal with it and configure it, or wait till I get the 710 and configure it for that.

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    I recently purchased the Sony Ericsson T608 which is CDMA phone with bluetooth. PhoneControl times out when trying to open the port (COM5) with this phone. I tried using the LG and the Sony Ericsson choices from the install screen, but no luck. I also tried using bluetooth on my old GSM phone and it works really well. Any ideas or is it over for CDMA? Thanks!

    Edit: Ignore this while you are on vacation (like I had to say that).. have a good time

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    fyi, the motorola v710 is not out yet. also its a bluetooth crippled phone. it's made for verizon and verizon intentionally had motorola cripple its ability to transfer ringtones, games, pictures, etc without going through their additional $$$ service. i've been reading on howardforums.com several posts from someone who managed to get their hands on one. its up in the air right now as to whether or not it will work with phonecontrol, but I wouldnt hold my breath waiting for this phone. i switched to GSM and picked up a SE T616 specifically for use with phonecontrol. now my problem is i just learned the voice gateway feature requires some decent CPU to work properly. my 300mhz laptop isnt cutting it.

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    Unhappy Sprint VGA 1000

    Anyone had ANY luck getting a VGA 1000 to work as even a modem? Please share your experiences with me, as i cannot get this pice of crap phone to work. Phone says USB connection on it, but it responds to NOTHING, not Windows, not hyperterminal while typing raw commands, nothing!!! help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheerio
    Anyone had ANY luck getting a VGA 1000 to work as even a modem? Please share your experiences with me, as i cannot get this pice of crap phone to work. Phone says USB connection on it, but it responds to NOTHING, not Windows, not hyperterminal while typing raw commands, nothing!!! help!
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    ok, none of that applys to me, because i see Samsung CDMA modem, and a Samsung Composite Device Driver, i can even open the COM port, but i dont even get to read 1 byte from it. No matter the port speed, no matter the commands, ive tried to get BitPim to read the filesystem, it cant get a responce, NOTHING. Im not sure what the problem is, the driver that got installed got updated by windows update somehow /me shrugs, 4.20.xxx or something, im going crazy here. Oh yea, #777 doesnt do anything, as something is wrong with the damn phone or cable or something!

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    It's probably the driver you have installed. Did whoever you bought your cable from provide you with a driver? I would try to reinstall it.

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    FINALLY!!!!! (Maybe new hope for many CDMA phones!!!)

    Hi Zorro,

    Sorry I haven't "stopped by" in a while. I have good news though!!! I finally came across a document that provides Qualcomm specific AT commands that support call notification AND call answering many common CDMA phones (including my LG).

    Check out the following link and see what you think:

    http://www.multitech.com/DOCUMENTS/C...s/S000294C.pdf

    So far as I can tell, incoming voice call notification can be acheived by:

    1. Setting AT+CRC=1 so that the phone will report an incoming voice call.
    2. Allow Phone Control to listen for +CRING:VOICE.

    And answering the call is just as easy:

    1. The user presses an "Answer" button in Phone Control. (?)
    2. Phone Control could then trigger the command at$qccav.

    In testing, these commands ARE supported by my LG VX-4500. I would guess that this would also work for most other phones using Qualcomm chipsets. I'm almost certain that most (if not all) phones that are Brew compatible are based on a Qualcomm chipset.

    I also tried many of the other commands, such as the SMS messaging and CLIP commands, and those did NOT work on the LG.

    On a different note, it's also occurred to me why some people may have been having problems before. I had to force my phone's baud rate down to 38K to work with Phone Control, because I don't think Phone Control was able to recognize the faster baud rates. Most CDMA phones are set (by default) to 230K. It would be really nice however to be able to have supported baud rates that can go that high through Phone Control.

    People should also verify that their data settings are set correctly on the phone itself. I'm not certain, but some phones might require that you manually turn the data port on.

    As always Zorro, you are awesome and appreciated. I'll try to continue to get any additional information I can and help out with the CDMA side of things.

    Thanks,
    Bryan Pape

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