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  1. #1
    Thomas A Jones
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    Any truth to rumor that the Verizon V710 BT is crippled to only work with
    headsets & not for connecting with palm/ipaq or bluetooth equipped cars...if
    so, I'm headed to T-Mobile...

    T Jones





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  2. #2
    Sam K
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    Re: Motorola V710

    "Thomas A Jones" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]_s02>...
    > Any truth to rumor that the Verizon V710 BT is crippled to only work with
    > headsets & not for connecting with palm/ipaq or bluetooth equipped cars...if
    > so, I'm headed to T-Mobile...
    >
    > T Jones


    Bluetooth in the V710 will not be fully functional as indicated on
    PhoneScoop.com.

    http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=475

    But it does support "handsfree, headset, and dial-up-networking
    profiles" so it will work will connect to PCs/laptops/handhelds to use
    as a modem and also car kits. Some guy on HowardForums.com has one
    and he posted that he was able to use Bluetooth with Verizon's
    NationalAccess (i.e. Express Network) on his PowerBook and iPaq.
    Scroll down about 1/4 the way down this page.

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthre...=&pagenumber=3

    You might want to read the whole thread since the guy that has the
    phone gives a lot of info. He even got it working with Motorola's
    Bluetooth car kit.



  3. #3
    Sam K
    Guest

    Re: Motorola V710

    "Thomas A Jones" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]_s02>...
    > Any truth to rumor that the Verizon V710 BT is crippled to only work with
    > headsets & not for connecting with palm/ipaq or bluetooth equipped cars...if
    > so, I'm headed to T-Mobile...
    >
    > T Jones


    Bluetooth in the V710 will not be fully functional as indicated on
    PhoneScoop.com.

    http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=475

    But it does support "handsfree, headset, and dial-up-networking
    profiles" so it will work will connect to PCs/laptops/handhelds to use
    as a modem and also car kits. Some guy on HowardForums.com has one
    and he posted that he was able to use Bluetooth with Verizon's
    NationalAccess (i.e. Express Network) on his PowerBook and iPaq.
    Scroll down about 1/4 the way down this page.

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthre...=&pagenumber=3

    You might want to read the whole thread since the guy that has the
    phone gives a lot of info. He even got it working with Motorola's
    Bluetooth car kit.



  4. #4
    Harry Kopolovich
    Guest

    Re: Motorola V710

    Your assumption seems to be right. It seems like Verizon specifically
    requested Motorola for the v710's to operate in this idiotic fashion.
    For more info check out www.phonescoop.com


    Thomas A Jones wrote:
    > Any truth to rumor that the Verizon V710 BT is crippled to only work with
    > headsets & not for connecting with palm/ipaq or bluetooth equipped cars...if
    > so, I'm headed to T-Mobile...
    >
    > T Jones
    >
    >





  5. #5
    Harry Kopolovich
    Guest

    Re: Motorola V710

    Your assumption seems to be right. It seems like Verizon specifically
    requested Motorola for the v710's to operate in this idiotic fashion.
    For more info check out www.phonescoop.com


    Thomas A Jones wrote:
    > Any truth to rumor that the Verizon V710 BT is crippled to only work with
    > headsets & not for connecting with palm/ipaq or bluetooth equipped cars...if
    > so, I'm headed to T-Mobile...
    >
    > T Jones
    >
    >





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