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  1. #1
    Disillusioned
    Guest
    I have the T681 piece of ****e and I cant get the blootooth to work either
    .....it wants a stoopid password....what ****ing password?!?!?! Jesus this
    thing has been nothing but problems...one thing after another....then Rogers
    sells the thing as the greatest phone with the best reception yet doesn't
    support the frequencies it supports anymore the phone is obsolete but if you
    go to their stores they tell you it is the best reception of all the
    phones!! Then after you have it they tell you it is garbage!!! I even have
    it in writing!!!





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  2. #2
    Whytoi
    Guest

    Re: T68i Pieace of ****e!!!!!!

    In article <n%[email protected]>, Disillusioned
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    > I have the T681 piece of ****e and I cant get the blootooth to work either
    > ....it wants a stoopid password....what ****ing password?!?!?! Jesus this
    > thing has been nothing but problems...one thing after another....then Rogers
    > sells the thing as the greatest phone with the best reception yet doesn't
    > support the frequencies it supports anymore the phone is obsolete but if you
    > go to their stores they tell you it is the best reception of all the
    > phones!! Then after you have it they tell you it is garbage!!! I even have
    > it in writing!!!


    Alert! Alert! Phone owner got turned into a POS!



  3. #3
    Tony Clark
    Guest

    Re: T68i Pieace of ****e!!!!!!

    In the words of a former US President, I feel your pain.

    Now, take a deep breath and enter any old password (4 numbers please) that
    you like. It's really not all that hard. If you are trying to pair with a BT
    headset you need to enter the passcode that the headset is configured for.
    This would be in the information that came with the headset. If you are
    pairing with your USB BT dongle attached to your computer just enter
    whatever 4 digit number you like. Your PC will prompt you for the passcode
    and enter the very same 4 digit passcode you entered on the phone.

    Good luck
    TC

    "Disillusioned" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:n%[email protected]
    > I have the T681 piece of ****e and I cant get the blootooth to work either
    > ....it wants a stoopid password....what ****ing password?!?!?! Jesus this
    > thing has been nothing but problems...one thing after another....then

    Rogers
    > sells the thing as the greatest phone with the best reception yet doesn't
    > support the frequencies it supports anymore the phone is obsolete but if

    you
    > go to their stores they tell you it is the best reception of all the
    > phones!! Then after you have it they tell you it is garbage!!! I even have
    > it in writing!!!
    >
    >






  4. #4
    George Styles
    Guest

    Re: T68i Pieace of ****e!!!!!!

    Sometimes it only seems to work in one direction, eg on my setup I have to
    tell the PC to pair with the phone, then enter a pin (any pin) into the PC,
    then the phone prompts me for the pin, and I enter the same pin, and
    everything is fine.

    If it try the other way round (ie, ask the phone to bond to the PC) it
    doesnt work. I think its an issue with my bluetooth dongle, but either way i
    dont care as it works from pc -> phone

    g


    "Tony Clark" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > In the words of a former US President, I feel your pain.
    >
    > Now, take a deep breath and enter any old password (4 numbers please) that
    > you like. It's really not all that hard. If you are trying to pair with a

    BT
    > headset you need to enter the passcode that the headset is configured for.
    > This would be in the information that came with the headset. If you are
    > pairing with your USB BT dongle attached to your computer just enter
    > whatever 4 digit number you like. Your PC will prompt you for the passcode
    > and enter the very same 4 digit passcode you entered on the phone.
    >
    > Good luck
    > TC
    >
    > "Disillusioned" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:n%[email protected]
    > > I have the T681 piece of ****e and I cant get the blootooth to work

    either
    > > ....it wants a stoopid password....what ****ing password?!?!?! Jesus

    this
    > > thing has been nothing but problems...one thing after another....then

    > Rogers
    > > sells the thing as the greatest phone with the best reception yet

    doesn't
    > > support the frequencies it supports anymore the phone is obsolete but if

    > you
    > > go to their stores they tell you it is the best reception of all the
    > > phones!! Then after you have it they tell you it is garbage!!! I even

    have
    > > it in writing!!!
    > >
    > >

    >
    >






  5. #5
    Tony Clark
    Guest

    Re: T68i Pieace of ****e!!!!!!

    Mine works both ways. I am using a Belkin dongle on a Win XP machine. When
    the phone tries to pair with the PC, Win XP flashes a dialog box that I have
    to click on to get the window open where it asks for the PIN. Other than
    that everything works as advertised.

    TC

    "George Styles" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Sometimes it only seems to work in one direction, eg on my setup I have to
    > tell the PC to pair with the phone, then enter a pin (any pin) into the

    PC,
    > then the phone prompts me for the pin, and I enter the same pin, and
    > everything is fine.
    >
    > If it try the other way round (ie, ask the phone to bond to the PC) it
    > doesnt work. I think its an issue with my bluetooth dongle, but either way

    i
    > dont care as it works from pc -> phone
    >
    > g
    >
    >
    > "Tony Clark" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > In the words of a former US President, I feel your pain.
    > >
    > > Now, take a deep breath and enter any old password (4 numbers please)

    that
    > > you like. It's really not all that hard. If you are trying to pair with

    a
    > BT
    > > headset you need to enter the passcode that the headset is configured

    for.
    > > This would be in the information that came with the headset. If you are
    > > pairing with your USB BT dongle attached to your computer just enter
    > > whatever 4 digit number you like. Your PC will prompt you for the

    passcode
    > > and enter the very same 4 digit passcode you entered on the phone.
    > >
    > > Good luck
    > > TC
    > >
    > > "Disillusioned" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:n%[email protected]
    > > > I have the T681 piece of ****e and I cant get the blootooth to work

    > either
    > > > ....it wants a stoopid password....what ****ing password?!?!?! Jesus

    > this
    > > > thing has been nothing but problems...one thing after another....then

    > > Rogers
    > > > sells the thing as the greatest phone with the best reception yet

    > doesn't
    > > > support the frequencies it supports anymore the phone is obsolete but

    if
    > > you
    > > > go to their stores they tell you it is the best reception of all the
    > > > phones!! Then after you have it they tell you it is garbage!!! I even

    > have
    > > > it in writing!!!
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >






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