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BB: 7250
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BB Desktop: v. 4.0.0.30

Queried modem, worked:
ATQ0V1E0 - OK
AT+GMM - 78
AT+FCLASS=? - 0,2.0
AT#CLS=? - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
AT+GCI? - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
AT+GCI=? - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
ATI1 - Manufacturer: QUALCOMM INCORPORATED
Model: 78
Revision: M6500C-cPhoton-3030 1 [Jan 10 2005 18:26:34]
ESN: 0x4C1A7427
+GCAP: +CIS707-A, +MS, +ES, +DS, +FCLASS
ATI2 - Manufacturer: QUALCOMM INCORPORATED
Model: 78
Revision: M6500C-cPhoton-3030 1 [Jan 10 2005 18:26:34]
ESN: 0x4C1A7427
+GCAP: +CIS707-A, +MS, +ES, +DS, +FCLASS
ATI3 - Manufacturer: QUALCOMM INCORPORATED
Model: 78
Revision: M6500C-cPhoton-3030 1 [Jan 10 2005 18:26:34]
ESN: 0x4C1A7427
+GCAP: +CIS707-A, +MS, +ES, +DS, +FCLASS
ATI4 - Manufacturer: QUALCOMM INCORPORATED
Model: 78
Revision: M6500C-cPhoton-3030 1 [Jan 10 2005 18:26:34]
ESN: 0x4C1A7427
+GCAP: +CIS707-A, +MS, +ES, +DS, +FCLASS
ATI5 - Manufacturer: QUALCOMM INCORPORATED
Model: 78
Revision: M6500C-cPhoton-3030 1 [Jan 10 2005 18:26:34]
ESN: 0x4C1A7427
+GCAP: +CIS707-A, +MS, +ES, +DS, +FCLASS
ATI6 - Manufacturer: QUALCOMM INCORPORATED
Model: 78
Revision: M6500C-cPhoton-3030 1 [Jan 10 2005 18:26:34]
ESN: 0x4C1A7427
+GCAP: +CIS707-A, +MS, +ES, +DS, +FCLASS
ATI7 - Manufacturer: QUALCOMM INCORPORATED
Model: 78
Revision: M6500C-cPhoton-3030 1 [Jan 10 2005 18:26:34]
ESN: 0x4C1A7427
+GCAP: +CIS707-A, +MS, +ES, +DS, +FCLASS

I've followed every direction, and here's what happens:

leaving the Extra Initialization string blank (No APN)
Error: 692: There was a hardware failure in the modem (or other
connecting device)

attempting Extra Initialization strings (APN's)
Error 678: The remote computer did not respond. For Further
assistance, click More Info or search Help and Support
Centre for this error number.

The log shows:
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\tapisrv.dll,
Version 5.1.2600
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\unimdm.tsp,
Version 5.1.2600
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\unimdmat.dll,
Version 5.1.2600
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\uniplat.dll,
Version 5.1.2600
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32
\drivers\modem.sys, Version 5.1.2600
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\modemui.dll,
Version 5.1.2600
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - File: C:\WINDOWS\system32\mdminst.dll,
Version 5.1.2600
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - Modem type: Standard Modem
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - Modem inf path: mdmgen.inf
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - Modem inf section: Gen
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - Matching hardware ID: mdmgen
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - 115200,8,N,1, ctsfl=1, rtsctl=2
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - Initializing modem.
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - CTS is low while initializing modem.
05-09-2005 19:52:05.251 - CD is high while initializing modem.
05-09-2005 19:52:05.261 - Send: AT<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.291 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.291 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:05.301 - Send: ATE0V1<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.341 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.341 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:05.351 - Send: AT<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.381 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.381 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:05.381 - Waiting for a call.
05-09-2005 19:52:05.391 - Send: ATS0=0<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.411 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.411 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:05.421 - 115200,8,N,1, ctsfl=1, rtsctl=2
05-09-2005 19:52:05.421 - Initializing modem.
05-09-2005 19:52:05.421 - CTS is low while initializing modem.
05-09-2005 19:52:05.421 - CD is high while initializing modem.
05-09-2005 19:52:05.431 - Send: AT<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.451 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.451 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:05.471 - Send: ATE0V1<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.491 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.491 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:05.501 - Send: AT<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.521 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.521 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:05.521 - Dialing.
05-09-2005 19:52:05.541 - Send: ATDT####<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.571 - Recv: <cr><lf>NO CARRIER<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:05.571 - Interpreted response: No Carrier
05-09-2005 19:52:05.571 - Hanging up the modem.
05-09-2005 19:52:05.571 - Hardware hangup by lowering DTR.
05-09-2005 19:52:15.575 - A timeout has expired waiting to comm event
to occour.
05-09-2005 19:52:15.575 - WARNING: After lowering DTR to hangup, the
modem did not drop CD with in 10 seconds, Attempting software
hangup.
05-09-2005 19:52:15.575 - Send: +++
05-09-2005 19:52:25.580 - A timeout has expired waiting to comm event
to occour.
05-09-2005 19:52:25.590 - Send: ATH<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:25.620 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:25.620 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:25.620 - 115200,8,N,1, ctsfl=1, rtsctl=2
05-09-2005 19:52:25.620 - Initializing modem.
05-09-2005 19:52:25.620 - CTS is low while initializing modem.
05-09-2005 19:52:25.620 - CD is high while initializing modem.
05-09-2005 19:52:25.630 - Send: AT<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:25.660 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:25.660 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:25.670 - Send: ATE0V1<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:25.700 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:25.700 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:25.710 - Send: AT<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:25.740 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:25.740 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:25.740 - Waiting for a call.
05-09-2005 19:52:25.750 - Send: ATS0=0<cr>
05-09-2005 19:52:25.780 - Recv: <cr><lf>OK<cr><lf>
05-09-2005 19:52:25.780 - Interpreted response: OK
05-09-2005 19:52:25.800 - Session Statistics:
05-09-2005 19:52:25.800 - Reads : 0 bytes
05-09-2005 19:52:25.800 - Writes: 0 bytes


I tried all the APN's listed, plus, Blackberry.net, bell.ca, mobility.com, 1x.bell.ca.

Any other suggestions you think I can try?
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Old 05-11-2005, 11:21 AM   #222 (permalink)
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This is great news. Are you paying $01/kb? Does Media Basic show up on your online feature list at $0.00?

How'd you find that out? The cingular reps I spoke too seemed very confused. I've gotten 8 different stories about this out of 8 tries.
to dulcamara:

MEdia Basic does show up as $0.00 on bill and online...
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Quote:
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Can you explain what you mean by that?
T-Mobile UK used to not include the general.t-mobile.uk APN on blackberry accounts, however this is no longer the case, so any blackberrys bought/setup over the last 11 months should be ok.

A easy way to check is to log into the t-mobile online billing service at t-mobile.co.uk and make sure that you have GPRS or Picture messaging on the account aswell as the blackberry instant email.


hope this helps
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Success at last!

You must have the desktop manager 4.0! Anyway, had a long conversation with teh T-Mobile Uk support desk (they were very helpful) and was told to dowload the software from here (must be BlackBerry Desktop Software v4.0.0.33 )

http://www.blackberry.com/support/downloads/

then follow these instructions (pretty much as per this forum) and voila'!
also a word of warning, there may be additional charges for data used via the modem, I was told to check after a couple of days to avoid surprises as the helpdesk wasn't sure!

Blackberry and Using as a Modem. A very quick guide

This is a very rough guide to using the blackberry as a Modem.

Make sure your BlackBerry is connected by USB cable, and your BlackBerry Handheld Manager is running (just launch BlackBerry Desktop to run it.) This is necessary for using the BlackBerry as an external modem. You cannot use BlackBerry as a modem unless you have BlackBerry Handheld Manager running in the background!

Download and Install 4.0 Desktop Manager this will install the Modem drivers, if not manually install them from C:\program files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Modem Drivers

Go to Control Panel -> Phone & Modem Options. In the Modems tab, you should see a new Standard Modem on a new port (such as COM6 or COM11). Click Properties -> Diagnostics -> Query Modem. You should see the following:
ATQ0V1E0 - OK
AT+GMM BlackBerry IPmodem
AT+FCLASS=? - OK
AT#CLS=? - OK
AT+GCI? OK
AT+GCI=? - OK
ATI1 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI2 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI3 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI4 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI5 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI6 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI7 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem


Click Properties -> Advanced and add the extra dial string initialization command

+cgdcont=1, IP, general.t-mobile.uk

Close the Phone and Modem Options and the Control Panel. Create a new connection with Start -> Connect To -> Show all connections -> Create a new connection.
1. Click Next

2. Select "Connect To The Internet" then Next

3. Select "Set up my connection manually" then Next

4. Select "Connect using a dial-up modem" then Next.

5. Check only the Standard Modem (if prompted).

6. Give the connection a name such as "BlackBerry Modem", then Next.

7. On the next screen: Enter phone number *99#
....
8. Click Next.


9. the username is user and the password is pass

10. Clear all checkboxes ("Use...when anyone..." and "Make this the default...")

11. Click Finish

Make sure TCP/IP Properties (Advanced) "Use IP Header Compression" checkbox is NOT checked. To verify this, do these steps:
1. Start Menu->Network Connections->"Blackberry Modem"
2. Click Properties Button
3. Click Networking Tab
4. Select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)"
5. Click Properties Button
6. Click Advanced... Button
7. Disable "Use IP header compression" checkbox
8. Click all OK buttons to close all dialogs

Connect using the Dial Up Networking icon you created.

NOTES: You cannot use CSD only GPRS

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Quote:
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T-Mobile UK used to not include the general.t-mobile.uk APN on blackberry accounts, however this is no longer the case, so any blackberrys bought/setup over the last 11 months should be ok.

A easy way to check is to log into the t-mobile online billing service at t-mobile.co.uk and make sure that you have GPRS or Picture messaging on the account aswell as the blackberry instant email.


hope this helps
Thanks SAS, I understand now. The thing is that by using this APN (general.t-mobile.uk) they are able to identify this traffic as premium traffic charged at a whacking 7.50/Mb!

I was wondering if the set up can be adjusted to use the same APN as the one used by the BlackBerry handset itself, since it also supports TCP/IP

FYI I was told by the helpdesk that the APN "blackberry.net" is used by default but it didn't work when I adjusted the configuration above...

I reckon, if we can adjust the settings to to force the use the blackberry.net APN any traffic used via the modem would come out from the price plan bundle.

Any ideas?
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hi Doublespresso I have PM'd you some stuff about this.
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Default Compression software

Anyone knows about compression software such as

http://webaccelerator.google.com/

and

http://www.onspeed.com/en/

In theory, they are meant to make surfing faster and cheaper (less data traffic due to compression)
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Angry T-Mobile Frustrations

Using 7100T, XP SP2, HP Pavilion ZD8000 laptop:

I connect the BB and have added the initialization string:
AT+cgdcont=1,"IP","wap.voicestream.com","",0,0

Dialing:
*99#

no username/pass

I query the modem:
ATQ0V1E0 - OK
AT+GMM - BlackBerry IPmodem
AT+FCLASS=? - OK
AT#CLS=? - OK
AT+GCI? - OK
AT+GCI=? - OK
ATI1 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI2 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI3 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI4 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI5 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI6 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem
ATI7 - Research In Motion / BlackBerry IPmodem

although the query sometimes will not respond the first time, but responds immediately after that without chaning anything.

When I dial, I get error 777, and the modem never connects. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!
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unsat_rbd I see that alot, its usually because handheld manager is not running in the background. can you verify this is running?
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yes, both the handheld manager and desktop manager are running.
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i have 7290 on Cingular with no BES, with the $40 unlimited data plan...i just tried ur instructions and it works! it's slow, even tho it says 115kbps, but it works...

my question is...is this 100% free, or will Cingular know it's for a laptop and try to charge me either right away or if i go over some "soft cap?"
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unsat call t-mobile and confirm that wap.voicestream.com is on your account. it may be its just showing the blackberry one
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Hello,
I have tried to use my 7100g on my laptop running Windows 98, but it does not recognize any new port where the handheld is connected to. I only get COM1 and I am unable to use it as a modem...
Do I need a specific driver for Windows 98?
Thanks for any input.
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I have a 7290 on the Rogers network with BES and a laptop with Windows XP Home. I followed the instructions and it worked first time. Like the Cingular customer above, althought it says 115 kps but is actually running much slower. Connections are extremely slow.
One small annoyance. When I installed the Blackberry desktop software it asked what e-mail software I was using. Our firm uses Lotus Notes, so I went with that option. I do not have lotus notes on my laptop, but have Outlook. I did not want to syncronize with Outlook on my computer by mistake. Now every time I connect with my laptop and blackberry, it displayes an error because it cannot find a particular Lotus Notes file. I can get the connection if I ignore the message, but it is an anoyance.
How do I get the Blackberry desktop software not to try to look for a Lotos Notes (or any other e-mail program, since I am syncronising with the firms BES) file on startup?
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I am working fine on a 7100g with Cingular in Texas. My problem is that I am averaging about 2k a sec. It is usable but in the 9600 baud or slower range. Webmail works, surfing works..but all it would take is an attachment in an e-mail to sink my boat.
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Is there something that I should have Cingular change to prevent paying for my 7100g when used as a modem? I have it working correctly but had a charge of $29 for 1 meg of Internet Express data that I had to talk my way out of this month. I am using [email address] and not ISP@ So somehow it still managed to bill me. Is there a step I may have missed?
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My blackberry options in the Virginia Beach, VA area were zero until about a month ago. That's when Alltel broke into the market with the 7250 on the 1X network. I have 4 of them on evaluation. I called their tech support to ask about using them as a modem and I was told that some people have done it but he could provide no assistance. I have found no reference to Alltel in these forums. Am I out on my own? I have read that the 7250 has not been successfully used on other carriers. I'm hoping Alltel will be different. I hate to have to return the blackberryies in exchange for regular phones. For some of my users, the modem feature is more important than the blackberry features.

I read the FAQ and I can get as far as setting up the device to look like a modem. The query returns the following:

ATQ0V1E0 - OK
AT+GMM - 78
AT+FCLASS=? - 0,2.0
AT#CLS=? - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
AT+GCI? - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
AT+GCI=? - COMMAND NOT SUPPORTED
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Revision: M6500C-cPhoton-3030 1 [Mar 07 2005 12:03:19]
ESN: 0x4C1E56AC
+GCAP: +CIS707-A, +MS, +ES, +DS, +FCLASS

ATI2 - ATI7 returns the same values as ATI1
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Thumbs up Instructions for VODAFONE Italy

Everything worked correctly on my 7100v, carrier VODAFONE Italy.

I used as extra initialization command:
+cgdcont=1,"IP","internet"

as phone number
*99***1#

no userid, no password

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hey guys, i just installed it and i get all the way to were it says dial. and then it opens the port and says dialing*99# then i get
"error 680: there was no dial tone."

any suggestions?
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