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diceone
post Jan 9 2006, 08:19 PM
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I am pulling my freaking hair out.
where is the clear list of files and install instructions for getting bluetooth to work on a c1000???
I have downloaded several pkgs blah blah blah
cannot find answer for bluetooth working on my c1000

please post clear answers.

not tutorials to 5500 devices or links to bluez stacks, or whatever.
the linux stuff is so archaic and pieced together it is really making me rethink the usefulness of the zaurus at all.

doesnt anyone have a clear answer to the files needed, and instructions for installing bluetooth to a c1000? and why the hell wasn't bluetooth and wifi built in anyway??? (dont waste my time ranting out about that last part, purely rhetorical)
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Cresho
post Jan 10 2006, 04:27 PM
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well, i have bluetooth hocked to my z and i access the net on it through my cellphone. pretty much 56k modem speed if you ask me due to the type of service i have with the cellphone company.

what do you want to know?
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maslovsky
post Jan 11 2006, 04:57 AM
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Simply install Cacko ROM 1.23
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diceone
post Jan 11 2006, 11:01 AM
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cacko is the truth.
straight up.
the stock sharp rom is crap.

NOW my problem is trying to get my treo 650 which is on verizon to, allow me to use it as DUN.

anyone have any luck with that?
my treo uses a hacked rom from shadowmite to allow you turn "on" the DUN.
HOWEVER verizon doesnt officially support this.

any takers?
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diceone
post Jan 11 2006, 11:02 AM
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...also...
there seems to be several nuances of using the BT connection via cacko.

what settings do you need to use? I am also unable to set my phone up with theZaurus as a trusted device.
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Cresho
post Jan 13 2006, 08:30 PM
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firstly, you need to setup up the bluetooth permission. after you have acknowledgment of both devices, you need to create a connection.

for my at&t service (cingular killed them) i use *99# as the number access and no username and no password. i simply log in and i can access my home server via x/qt axyftp and listen to shoutcast and also browse web all at the same time.

cacko is a good choice and any irregularities might be fixed accordly. just depends what you need...extra ipk?
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edoc
post Jan 23 2006, 08:09 PM
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QUOTE(Cresho @ Jan 14 2006, 12:30 AM)
firstly, you need to setup up the bluetooth permission.


How, please, does one do this?

I have a C1000 with CACkO and cannot even fine a menu for
Bluetooth on it.

My Nokia 6255i does find the Zaurus and asks for a password. ???

Help? Thanks! doc
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Cresho
post Jan 27 2006, 12:16 PM
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QUOTE(edoc @ Jan 23 2006, 08:09 PM)
QUOTE(Cresho @ Jan 14 2006, 12:30 AM)
firstly, you need to setup up the bluetooth permission.


How, please, does one do this?

I have a C1000 with CACkO and cannot even fine a menu for
Bluetooth on it.

My Nokia 6255i does find the Zaurus and asks for a password. ???

Help? Thanks! doc
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1234 or 4321

or try nothing.




/etc/bluetooth/givepin contains the pin number that your Zaurus will automatically give to another Bluetooth device if pairing from the Zaurus. givepin is a script which must print out a string of the format "PIN:1234" where 1234 is the pin number, so you only change that part of the script to change to pin number.

lets work on this slowly
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edoc
post Jan 27 2006, 07:12 PM
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QUOTE(Cresho @ Jan 27 2006, 04:16 PM)
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1234 or 4321
...
lets work on this slowly 


OK, that worked ...

Now I guess I need to download and install the Oxygen Software app
to get the two to actually communicate with one another to share files,
etc?

I'd also like to be able to sync the calendar and address book.

Thanks! doc
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