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Old 05-14-2006, 01:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all,
I've done the search thing but can't seem to find exactly what I'm looking for. I know it's already here.

1. I'm trying to connect to my laptop with the Bluetooth. The laptop connects, but on th BB Device Manager, the "Enable Bluetooth Support" is grayed out. How do I connect and synch with the Desktop Manager via bluetooth? A link is fine.

2. What's the latest on using the 8700c as a modem on Cingular's Website? Can someone provide me with a link for step-by-step instructions? I can figure out the basics, but I'm not a big tech-smart guy. Just trying to do the best I can for my small business......

A big "THANKS" for anyone that helps.
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Default Got some of it figured out.

Well, I'm moving forward. I had the Toshiba software for the Bluetooth that kept the grayed out box from appearing. I deleted the software, restarted and the Microsoft stuff took over. It's all linked up, recognized by the computer and Device Manager, but still will NOT say "connected".

Device manager see the BB (and the correct PIN) and says it's detected, but wil not say "Connected".

Still waiting on a link for the modem help.

Best......
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I have a 8700c and my company uses the Enterprise Activation feature to activate our work email and I set up a personal email box but I want to keep them separate. My personal email shows up in both but my work only shows up in my work box so how can I stop my personal emails that are sent to my personal mailbox from coming into my work mailbox
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Exclamation UK Blackberry 8700g how to unblock

Can anyone tell me how to unblock my UK Blackberry 8700g so i can use another sim card in the phone. Also i need to get the Network MEP code what is that???

Anyhelp would be grateful
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Can anyone tell me how to unblock my UK Blackberry 8700g so i can use another sim card in the phone. Also i need to get the Network MEP code what is that???

Anyhelp would be grateful
Search....this is one of the most talked about topics on this forum.
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Can anyone tell me how to unblock my UK Blackberry 8700g so i can use another sim card in the phone. Also i need to get the Network MEP code what is that???

Anyhelp would be grateful
It's also not cool to hijack a thread.
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Old 07-14-2006, 02:50 AM   #7 (permalink)
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very very new to this site ... joined yesterday didnt even know i was hijacking a thread...realised after the message was posted ...thousand apologies
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hijack's aside, go gsmphonesource.com , Adam is the man over there and he will e-mail you your unlock code and instructions. If you have had your Bb for awhile, you may want to try and call your carrier, they may give it to you for free.....
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