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    Hey Zorro,

    Here's a logfile attached without trying the hangup string you just suggested. Looks like the reason Phonecontrol seems to hang on me when I answer the 'unknown' call is because its waiting to establish the connection but times out, and the same for the hangup button on the 'unknown' call.

    I'm going to try the string suggested. I'm assuming that it sends a ath0 command to hang up then a atz command to reset. I have tried this previously through Hyperterminal with no luck but I'll try it again through Phonecontrol for arguements sake :P The only problem with this (if it works) is that it will only work if i explicitly ignore a call by clicking the hangup button. I dont understand how it would make a difference for a missed call.

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    ok well i tried the string and it kinda solves the problem. If i explicitly ignore a call by pressing the hangup button in phone control, i will only get "call from unknown" once after i ignore the call rather then over and over again. Unfortunately, this doesn't solve the problem with the missed calls. if i want to ignore a call i usually have to just let it ring out because when I explictly ignore one the ring turns into a busy signal and my gf can tell i'm avoiding her hehehe

    Any other ideas?

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    I figured in the log, that you were using +CHUP as hangup and the phone did respond with "ERROR". Did you try setting <Hangup> to "h0" only?

    I don't know how you Motorola is handeling this, but my SE puts everything in the "MC" storage, even the rejected calls.
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    Well the log I posted was without changing the hangup string. When I changed the hangup string to h0;z I had the same problem with missed calls but not when I explicitly ignored a call by clicking the hangup button (it fixed that).

    I found a work around that might be handy. Would it be possible to add an option to the configuration called <UseCPAS> or something? What could be done is when this setting is set and phonecontrol detects an incoming call, you could send a at+cpas command to the phone. If there is not an incoming call, phone control will ignore the ring string. When doing it through hyperterminal it looks like this:

    Valid incoming call:
    RING
    at+cpas
    +CPAS: 3

    No incoming call (missed call with RING string still echoing through):
    RING
    at+cpas
    +CPAS: 0

    So when CPAS responds with 0, phonecontrol ignores the RING completely. Would this be possible? please? I've attached the complete descriptoin for the CPAS command below just incase you dont have it.

    If used in conjunction with CLCC (the other fix for the motorola caller id problem), phonecontrol could first send the CPAS command before attempting CLCC to get the caller id. Or maybe a more efficient way (to cut down on the amount of CPAS commands sent since an incoming call is going to be more common then a missed call thats still echoing), when phonecontrol receives a RING, it sends the CLCC command, if the CLCC command responds with nothing (ie: Caller Unknown), it then sends CPAS to see if it is a valid call before reporting that it is just an Unknown ID. If it is a missed call echo (ie: CPAS: 0), then phonecontrol ignores the RING.

    If you want to take it one step further to eliminate the echo, when detecting that its just a missed call echo, phonecontrol (in the background, not visible to the user) can send a dummy ATA command which will return NO CARRIER and will eliminate the RING echo from the missed call.

    Please let me know what you think, it would be much greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Chris



    ---------------------------------------------------------
    Phone Activity Status +CPAS
    Description: Returns the activity status of the mobile equipment.
    Values: <pas>
    0 ready (allow commands from TA/TE)
    1 unavailable (does not allow commands)
    2 unknown
    3 ringing (ringer is active)
    4 call in progress
    5 asleep (low functionality)
    Syntax: AT+CPAS
    Command Possible responses
    AT+CPAS
    Note: Current activity status
    +CPAS: <pas>
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    Wow...

    What you want me to do is very very risky...
    I sure could do that... but I'm also sure that this will mess up other thing.
    In fact, PhoCo already is using CPAS if you configure it to ... but not in conjunction with anything else.

    Besides ... just ignoring the Ring would increase the traffic from and to the phone.

    I tell you, what we do...
    I'll take a look what I can do with PhoCo and you please try to find out why your phone is behaving that strange. You're the first one reporting such behaviour... there must be a good reason for that (too many patches???).
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    Sounds good. I'm going to try updating the firmware and flex because there is a newer one out. Hopefully that solves the problem. Before I do that I'm going to go through every config option on my phone and through the AT commands incase I can avoid upgrading my phones software.

    Thanks! I'll keep you updated.
    Chris

    EDIT: starting this now, at work. so bored of writing documentation :P
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    Verizon Wireless V710 Bluetooth phone

    Can anyone comfirm or deny if this phone will work

    http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/s...edPhoneId=1570

    It looks to be listed but It seems some have had problems? Im kinda stuck with verizon due to contract, they also seem to have the best service in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    Any suggestions or advice?

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    bluetooth will work with a verizon headset - but you won't be able to sync up with your computer\PDA. Verizon basically crippled the bluetooth in the phone so that people have to use their network to perform the same functions.

    More info: http://www.nuclearelephant.com/papers/v710.html

    nuclear elephant is also sponsoring a hacker awards program to fix the problem, but nobody has been able to win it yet.

    I'm in the same situation as you are though, I'm looking for a good verizon phone because I am locked into my contract for another 6 months. I did hear rumors that they will be releasing some more bluetooth phones later this quarter, but who knows how functional they will be.

    Cingular\ATT has an awesome motorola phone called the v3 Razr - but unfortuantely it's only for GSM networks. and that =

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    Hmm, so there is basically no solution for Verizon Wireless.

    Anyone have another recommendation for a cell phone and service
    is the SF bay area? I have had verizon for ten years without ever trying another service. maybe it is time.

    I looked into Cingular.. Two year commitment right off the bat. No thanks

    I'm thinking I might try T Mobile. I found this deal online with a V600 Phone. I searched and it looks like other members have got this solution working.

    http://www.tmobile.com/products/imag...22&class=phone

    $199.00 and comes with 100.00 bluetooth headset also. Only 1 year commitment.

    Advice negative or positive advice would be appreciated before I pull the trigger.

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    any deal with the V600 and phonecontrol? It doesn't seem like they want to work together.

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