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Old 09-01-2004, 09:40 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I'm hoping Nextel provides this service! Actually, this makes me wonder whether the upcoming model will be WiDEN capable!!
Forget WiDEN, go right to Flarion!!! :D
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Old 09-02-2004, 05:09 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Another user requesting BlackberryModem:
http://www.blackberryclub.com/viewtopic.php?t=288

It seems to be a much more popular request these days! (On top of the approx 10 earlier requests made so far in the last two weeks throughout this forum site!)
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Old 09-10-2004, 01:28 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I think it's a HUGE thing for people... I used to use my i730 as a dialout device just so I could get email, it was slow, but it did work... And with my upgrade to a BB I now have to figure out a different way to get it done...
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I would find it very useful from time to time to have the option to go full-internet on a laptop. Say i needed terminal services to log into my servers. No need to carry a second device and modem..

I just doubt that my unlimited rogers data plan would be able to handle too much of this data use. I would suppose the definition of 'unlimited' may have to change??
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does anyone have anymore info on this?!
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Old 10-01-2004, 02:21 AM   #26 (permalink)
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In the phone options there is a TTY mode. You can set that to yes and no? What's that do?
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It just changes the voice codec to allow TTY tones transmitted through the handsfree headset jack, to maintain baudot 45.45 bps Frequency-Shift-Keying (FSK) integrity without being mucked up by the GSM/CDMA codec.

In Plain English, this is a feature that enables an external TTY to work properly while being connected to BlackBerry. A TTY is a teletypewriter usually used for the deaf, which is like a 1970s version of chatting over instant messaging.
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Old 10-01-2004, 02:43 AM   #28 (permalink)
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I see. Thanks!
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Old 10-04-2004, 05:44 PM   #29 (permalink)
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I currently have about 100 BlackBerry users. Those same users also have GPRS cards. If I could integrate the 2, my life (and cellular) bill would be better off!

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A report of a person successfully using 7100 series as a modem:
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first off,

i want to comment on the BES server. i have 2 installs of it. randomly they both lead to the same thing, memory leak, auto restart. RIM/ATT ( att where i bought it from ) says they dont know whats wrong and basically refuses to help. i have gone over the entire system, and it still wont go away.....

as for the modem support , its NOT through the bluetooth support, its through USB. when you first install the software then plug in the phone it installs drivers for your phone/rim device. if you look under your modems youll see "Standard modem" listed under the devices. open and query the modem, it will look like this:

ATQ0V1E0 - OK
AT+GMM - BlackBerry IPmodem
AT+FCLASS=? - OK
AT#CLS=? - OK
AT+GCI? - OK
AT+GCI=? - OK

"Blackberry IPmodem"

i have used the modem 2 ways, through t-mo's IP network, and through a local dialup provider i somtimes use. both work 100%, through windows default dialup protocol.

SO, you CAN use the modem like you would use those laptop mobile cards. i "asume" if you got a BT adapter for your notebook it would work the same, will test it once i get approval for testing from the company.
( how i wish 7100's had IrDA. )

I have NOT been able to do this with prior RIm's inculding the 6270's and below ( we mainly used 6270's from ATT before switching to 7100's from t-mo )
Another person, bollar, successfully got the 7100 talking in "Hayes commands" (AT commands) which means the 7100 genuinely behaves like simulated modem hardware in principle. bollar, however, wasn't successful in dialing (yet, as of October 5th, 2004).
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Anybody who can provides updates about modeming on a non-71XX series BlackBerry device?
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6710 model. no modem driver is installed, however the RIM OS i'm using is 3.6.0.73 (somewhat dated, but latest avail).
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I'm still having trouble getting 3.8 loaded on my 7210. I think it's the rim7200g.bin file that's killing it. I've tried using one from 2 different 3.7xxx and 4.0.0.100 OS and all crash before the device can even boot with JVM 523 errors. I'm still not sure :(
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