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  1. #1
    AMO
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    Does anyone know much about the Motorola V3X regarding connectivity?

    As far as I can tell from the website you can connect via BlueTooth; I
    assume this refers to headset connectivity.

    Does anyone know what methods you can connect for data transfer, e.g. to
    send SMS via your PC? Can you connect via USB lead, InfraRed, BlueTooth?

    Thanx.

    AMO





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  2. #2
    JC
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    Re: Motorola V3X for 3 network connectivity

    On Mon, 19 Dec 2005 16:33:08 -0000, "AMO" <NoSpam@SpamFreeWorld.com> wrote:

    >Does anyone know much about the Motorola V3X regarding connectivity?
    >
    >As far as I can tell from the website you can connect via BlueTooth; I
    >assume this refers to headset connectivity.
    >
    >Does anyone know what methods you can connect for data transfer, e.g. to
    >send SMS via your PC? Can you connect via USB lead, InfraRed, BlueTooth?
    >
    >Thanx.
    >
    >AMO
    >


    My V3x came with a usb lead and Motorola Mobile Phone Tools v4, which is
    what I use to send text messages.

    I haven't tried a bluetooth connection to MPT, but I can't see why it
    wouldn't work..and I'm sure that there is a initial option to detect the
    phone via bluetooth.

    Also, as well as the headset profile, the other bluetooth services
    supported are:
    Audio Gateway
    OBEX file exchange
    DUN Gateway
    OBEX object push

    Additionally, the speech recognition (no need to record voice tags) is
    superb!
    --

    Regards

    John [Essex, UK]
    Remove the obvious spamtrap to reply



  3. #3
    Jon
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    Re: Motorola V3X for 3 network connectivity

    JC <johncalias-newsgroupsATyahooD0TcoD0Tuk> declared for all the world
    to hear...
    > My V3x came with a usb lead and Motorola Mobile Phone Tools v4, which is
    > what I use to send text messages.
    >
    > I haven't tried a bluetooth connection to MPT, but I can't see why it
    > wouldn't work..and I'm sure that there is a initial option to detect the
    > phone via bluetooth.


    It does work via bluetooth, and the set-up is refreshingly easy.
    --
    Regards
    Jon



  4. #4
    cabletastic@gmail.com
    Guest

    Re: Motorola V3X for 3 network connectivity

    Hi there,
    Have you tried using the phone as an internet gateway yet? If so do you
    get good 3G performance? And will it connect via Bluetooth (I have a V3
    and the attempt at Bluetooth on that is laughable). I want to use this
    as an internet gateway for my PDA to connect over Bluetooth so any
    advice you can give would be much appreciated.
    Cheers
    Si.

    JC wrote:
    > On Mon, 19 Dec 2005 16:33:08 -0000, "AMO" <NoSpam@SpamFreeWorld.com> wrote:
    >
    > >Does anyone know much about the Motorola V3X regarding connectivity?
    > >
    > >As far as I can tell from the website you can connect via BlueTooth; I
    > >assume this refers to headset connectivity.
    > >
    > >Does anyone know what methods you can connect for data transfer, e.g. to
    > >send SMS via your PC? Can you connect via USB lead, InfraRed, BlueTooth?
    > >
    > >Thanx.
    > >
    > >AMO
    > >

    >
    > My V3x came with a usb lead and Motorola Mobile Phone Tools v4, which is
    > what I use to send text messages.
    >
    > I haven't tried a bluetooth connection to MPT, but I can't see why it
    > wouldn't work..and I'm sure that there is a initial option to detect the
    > phone via bluetooth.
    >
    > Also, as well as the headset profile, the other bluetooth services
    > supported are:
    > Audio Gateway
    > OBEX file exchange
    > DUN Gateway
    > OBEX object push
    >
    > Additionally, the speech recognition (no need to record voice tags) is
    > superb!
    > --
    >
    > Regards
    >
    > John [Essex, UK]
    > Remove the obvious spamtrap to reply





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