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Discussion in 'Panasonic' started by mattpayne, Feb 26, 2010.

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  1. Azrial

    Azrial Notebook Deity

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    Nope, these phones are GSM.

    The Big Boys using GSM are T-Mobile and AT&T in the USA.
     
  2. DDAYMEN

    DDAYMEN Notebook Geek

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    Oh well, don't hurt to dream...however, we have been having problems with Verizon honoring the insurance we were paying for my son's LG dare (yep, he lost it) so we might be switching providers..maybe the dream can be reality! Since I quite often use my cell phone at work, and have dropped it on more than one occasion (on my 3rd razor) a provider switch and toughbook phone might just happen!
     
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    paddydazzer Notebook Enthusiast

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    Sounds good DDAYMEN..
    I got a problem with my CF-P2..
    Tryn to get it to link to my CF-18 via Bluetooth PAN...
    pretty good kuz u use the mobile providers signal..
    any ideas.. in the Bluetooth settings it says it supports PAN..
    have done it plenty of times with my other mobile...(and gr8 thing is you don't get charged)
     
  4. peewee3ie

    peewee3ie Notebook Consultant

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    I have got the usb sysnc pinout by probing the car kit cradle

    1= Ground (also noted by Derick)

    4 = D+ (also noted by Derick)

    5 = D- (also noted by Derick)

    6 = +5 from usb (Derick this could be your missing 5 volts)

    I can not test this as I do not have a connector to build this cable
     
  5. denrosten

    denrosten Notebook Evangelist

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    Thanks for this one peewee3ie, i will try the pin 6 and report back :)
     
  6. denrosten

    denrosten Notebook Evangelist

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    Peewee3ie, you are the best, it works
    I did the +5 on pin 13 (like on the charger), and now made a bridge between 6 and 13, phone sync's and charge on usb :)

    Thanks
    Derick
     
  7. peewee3ie

    peewee3ie Notebook Consultant

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    Derick,

    Disconnect the link to pin 13 as this is only for the charger (house or car charger).

    you can tell the phone to charge or not to charge via usb by going in to setting - system - power - advanced

    I have been doing more probing around and pin 13 is not power when on usb via car kit.
     
  8. denrosten

    denrosten Notebook Evangelist

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    Oké, thanks :D
     
  9. peewee3ie

    peewee3ie Notebook Consultant

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    I found this on

    http://modernnomads.info/wiki/index.php?page=OS Versions

    "Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition

    Introduced April 2004, it brought a more visual update to the platform. Major changes were:

    * Ability to switch between portrait and landscape mode
    * Ability to force Internet Explorer to use one column
    * Support for the WPA wireless standard
    AKU2

    Introduced in October 2004, main feature is the introduction of Media Player 10, including the possibility to synchronize content."

    windows mobile 2003 on the CF-P2 will support WPA
     
  10. peewee3ie

    peewee3ie Notebook Consultant

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    Here is some info that mite help you with you bluetooth connection

    http://modernnomads.info/wiki/index.php?page=Use+your+Windows+Mobile+device+as+modem+for+your+laptop
     
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