I can't see any reason why blackberries would not work, it's just knowing the at commands.
Has anyone gotten any farther with the blackberries?
Just got myself an 8830.
Had no idea there wouldnt be full and complete control available for a piece of hardware this technical- i'm no developer, but i'm technically inclined, and really want to be able to use my phone via the carpc i'm setting up.
To the top she goes.
To the original poster, how did you get bluetooth dial up networking working? That would require OBEx and I was under the impression it was crippled on all Blackberrys in North America.
Yea I have an BB 8320, still looking all over for some sort of app that will allow it to run on my car pc. (even if its standalone, I dont care)
Any updates on this... I have been trying to connect my bb using hyperterminal but when i connect on the COM port, I don't get any display on the screen and I can't type anything either.. can anyone help me with this please
Sorry I have not been around in a while. Been really busy working and customizing and working, oh yeah, working.
I gave up on the AT commands as I could not get anything working. Really aggrivating.
Even pairing my phone with Pioneer bluetooth audio systems in vehicles I cannot get the audio to go through...
The Bluetooth DUN setup is fairly easy. It's not crippled at all, at least on the 8100, because that is what I have been using. I also used my 7105T the same way.
If you have the Blackberry Desktop software installed, then it should've also installed a modem driver for your phone.
Instead of me typing out all of the instructions. Here's the best link to follow to get it going.
Follow this for your carrier. The bluetooth will work the same way as being connected to the PC via USB cable. Its pretty nice, I use it all the time in my truck.
My computer doesn't have built-in bluetooth so I got a USB dongle from IOGear and I have the phone paired up with it, however Desktop Manager does not seem to be able to find the device. In the help section, it says to use Microsoft's bluetooth configuration in the control panel.
I uninstalled the IOGear driver and went to the Windows driver for it, however, when it detects the services, it doesn't find the Audio Gateway...only the dialup networking.
What must I do in order to get the audio passed through? It seems that if I use the IOGear driver, I can have the audio gateway, but no connection to Desktop Manager....and if I use the Microsoft driver, I can connect to Desktop Manager, but no audio gateway!
And I'm still looking for AT commands that are blackberry specific.
As with the Motorola phones the following will return all of the supported AT modem commands for your blackberry: