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18 Sep 2007
According to LinuxDevices http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS5429713730.html , the Qtopia GreenSuite stack for mobile phones has been GPL'd. Apparently there are config files for the Zaurus C3200 as part of the preview download. Not sure if anything in there is useful, but could be.
19 Jan 2007
Hello,

I'm using a Zaurus 3100 with a Socket Bluetooth Card. I'm connecting to my Ericsson w810i using qtopia bluetooth applet to dial-up to the internet. Everything works fine. My issue is this:

Everytime the Z dials the phone, the phone asks for the Z's PIN. I always enter the pin and always get a connection. How come the phone always asks for the PIN? I thought after initial pairing, it shouldn't happen again. I don't want to have to take my phone out of my pocket to enter the PIN.

I have told the phone to "Always Allow" the Z, but it always asks for the PIN.

Does anybody else have this issue with their phones?

BTW, my Palm Tungsten E2 can dial-up w/o password after the first pairing occurred, so I assume this problem is in the way the Z negotiates BT connection with phone and not a problem with the phone.

FWIW, here is the INIT string for the Palm
CODE
E0X1+CMEE=1;+CMGF=0;V1


Also, FWIW, the phone is listed as a "Trusted Device" on the Palm. Where is the list of "Trusted Devices" on the Z?

TIA
15 May 2004
My Zaurus has a couple scratches on the frame around the screen. It looks crappy. I think the platic cover did it because there are paint identical paint marks on it. I've been thinking of painting the Z, but I'm not sure about that.

Has anybody had any experience with powder coating their Z? I've heard this is a great way to color stuff.

I was hoping a site like http://www.colorwarepc.com/ could take requests for this kind of thing, but I haven't contacted them yet nor seen anything on their site for any type of "custom request".

What do'ya think about powder coating?
Has anybody tried it?

Zaurus SL-5500
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