[access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop

Hi Andy,

One thing occurs to me.  Have you downloaded the N91 Modem driver?  In newer
phones, this is built into the phone, but the N91, as I recall, I had to
download the modem driver from the Nokia site.

All the best

Steve

-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Andy Collins
Sent: Tuesday 20 May 2008 17:26
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop

Hi Caroline and all -

I've tried everything I can now, with this N91 as a modem problem; I've 
tried with and without wap as a password, I've tried using the connection 
names of: t-mobilegprs and t-mobileinternet, and every time, I get the same 
message: "the internet connectivity test was unsuccessful." When I click the

diagnostics button, it tells me it couldn't find a problem with my network 
connection, so I'm stuck! I had an RNIB volunteer here this morning, and he 
got no further either. And although each time I boot up the laptop the 
'found new hardware' wizard wants to find a driver for the phone, we both 
decided this was a different issue, otherwise I wouldn't get as far with the

modem set up, as to be able to see that it was actually dialling *99#, 
opening the port etc.

I can only assume that what T-Mobile told me about pay as you go contracts 
not allowing internet access through a phone modem is actually correct, and 
that those of you managing to do this, have something more than just PAYG; 
I've got web and walk connectivity when I access just with the hand set. If 
I am right in this assumption that T-Mobile are not allowing me to connect, 
then I'd have thought it was in their own interests to have sent back a 
message when the connection fails, along the lines that to access this 
service, you need to...

Anyway, unless anybody can come up with any other ideas, that seems to be it

for what I wanted to do.

Chris, I know you have said all along that O2 let you use your hand set as a

modem, but others on T-Mobile are saying the same, I'd hate to change 
providers only to find out I was in the same boat; you see, these providers 
are changing what the allow every other week, so what they give us this 
week, might not be available to another customer next week, especially in 
both cases of O2 and T-Mobile, when there is nothing on the website under 
Pay As You Go, that says there is web access available when using the phone 
as a modem.

Are well, time to eat! -

Andy
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Caroline Ford" <caroline@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, May 19, 2008 9:05 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop


| Andy,
|
| Which password are you using when you try to connect?  I had the same
| problem you seem to be experiencing now, but when I tried wap as the
| password as suggested on a web site, rather than leaving the field blank,
| the connection was made.
|
| Also, my phone, the N73, didn't show up as a modem, so I just chose the
| standard bluetooth modem which was offered, which worked fine.
|
| Caroline.
|
| -----Original Message-----
| From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
| Of Andy Collins
| Sent: 19 May 2008 16:49
| To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
| Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop
|
|
| Hi all -
|
| I'm still needing help, although Thanks To Chris I have moved on just a
| touch!
|
| Having uninstalled everything to do with PCSuite and reinstalled it, I 
have
| now been able to make a Bluetooth connection between my N91 and PCSuite. 
So
| now, when I have Bluetooth turned on, and I boot up the laptop, I no 
longer
| get the wizard popping up asking for a driver, hurray! What happens now, 
is
| that I get a message on the phone asking  me if I want to allow the laptop
| to connect, I press soft key one to accept, and then a few seconds later, 
I
| get the same message again, and when I press soft key one again, it seems 
to
| then be ok.
|
| From here, I then tried to use the N91 as a modem, by going to 'Networking
| and Sharing' in 'Control Panel.' When I clicked on make new connection, 
and
| then 'dial up' I was shown 2 items, the first said "standard modem over
| Bluetooth button 6" and the second was the Motorola modem, this I 
understand
| to be the built in modem; my N91 wasn't listed. I clicked on the "standard
| over Bluetooth" and entered *99# for the phone number, the T-Mobile user
| name and connection name, and pressed the connect button; again, I got a
| message from my phone asking me if I wanted to allow a connection from the
| laptop, and I said yes. I could see with JFW that the laptop said 
"dialling
| T-Mobile" and below that on the screen was the message "registering your
| computer on the network" and eventually a message came up saying that the
| attempt had failed. When I clicked on the diagnose button, it told me
| "Windows did not find any problems with this computer's network 
connection."
|
| One of the things that confuses me, is that when the phone flashes up that
| message asking if I want to allow the connection from the laptop, and I
| press key one to say yes, the phone then says connecting to laptop, 0
| percent, and that screen doesn't change!
|
| I guess I also need to understand why I couldn't see my N91 as a modem in
| that list that had the Motorola and that standard over Bluetooth[I'm
| uncertain as to what this latter actually means]
|
| I also need to know if the above looks as if I've done everything right?
|
| I'm bearing in mind that T-Mobile told me that because I'm on PAYG, I can
| not use my N91 as a modem, but as John Gallagher who is also on this basic
| contract is able too, and my experience when talking to network providers 
is
| that they don't always know what they are talking about, I'm still hopeful
| that I can get this to work!
|
| Thanks for any further help -
|
| Andy
|
| ----- Original Message -----
| From: "Chris Hallsworth" <christopherhallsworth71@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
| To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
| Sent: Sunday, May 18, 2008 10:35 PM
| Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop
|
|
|| Ok Andy. In Programmes and Features, remove everything that is to do with
|| PCSuite, such as Nokia Connectivity Cable Drivers, Nokia PCSuite, and PC
|| Connectivity Solutions. Once they've all been removed, restart your PC 
and
|| reinstall PCSuite. This should take care of the problem I hope! Good 
luck.
||
|| --
|| Why not join my Blind Hobbyist group? To join, send a blank message to
|| blind-hobbyist-subscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Thanks, Chris
|| ----- Original Message -----
|| From: "Andy Collins" <andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
|| To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
|| Sent: Friday, May 16, 2008 6:37 PM
|| Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop
||
||
|| > Hi Chris -
|| >
|| > Then I'm at the end of the line with this, I've tried everything, but 
it
|| > looks like that driver[whatever it is[ that the hardware wizard keeps
|| > asking
|| > for is the important missing ingredient; it send me to the Nokia sight
|| > telling me to download the Nokia phone driver, but like I've said
| before,
|| > when I look for N91 drivers on the Nokia website, it tells me they are
| all
|| > in the latest version of PCSuite, which I already have installed, so I
|| > just
|| > go round in circles! -
|| >
|| > Andy
|| > ----- Original Message -----
|| > From: "Chris Hallsworth" <christopherhallsworth71@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
|| > To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
|| > Sent: Friday, May 16, 2008 5:22 PM
|| > Subject: [access-uk] Re: Bluetooth on my laptop
|| >
|| >
|| > | Hi Andy, you do not select anything fron this list; it just shows you
|| > what
|| > | bluetooth devices are installed. This is a similar thing with the
|| > generic
|| > | Microsoft drivers, except that it's a list view. Hope that helps.
|| > |
|| > | --
|| > | Why not join my Blind Hobbyist group? To join, send a blank message 
to
|| > | blind-hobbyist-subscribe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Thanks, Chris
|| > | ----- Original Message -----
|| > | From: "Andy Collins" <andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
|| > | To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
|| > | Sent: Friday, May 16, 2008 4:08 PM
|| > | Subject: [access-uk] Bluetooth on my laptop
|| > |
|| > |
|| > | > Hi all -
|| > | >
|| > | > under the hardware tab for Bluetooth on my laptop, I have the
|| > following:
|| > | >
|| > | > list box:
|| > | >
|| > | > Microsoft Bluetooth enumerator Bluetooth radios
|| > | >
|| > | > HP integrated module with Bluetooth 2.0 wireless technology
| Bluetooth
|| > | > radios.
|| > | >
|| > | > I think the Microsoft one was selected by default, but should I
| select
|| > the
|| > | > HP one instead as this is an HP laptop? -
|| > | >
|| > | > Andy
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