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Old 10-16-2007, 03:03 AM
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Question 13th Generation Bluetooth Module and Treo 700p

Okay, has anyone paired a Treo 700p and 13th Generation ULF Module successfully and have it work?
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Treo 700s doesn't work well with BMW, it will pair and then drop and no phone book.

I had to add Jetware, a small .cab program, and works great now.
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Old 10-18-2007, 01:59 AM
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Jetware is great for Windows Mobile Treo 700w/wx, but I don't think it will help a Treo 700p (Palm OS).


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Treo 700s doesn't work well with BMW, it will pair and then drop and no phone book.

I had to add Jetware, a small .cab program, and works great now.
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