He claims that he used his Razr as a Bluetooth modem to connect to the internet. And it worked. For the life of me, I CANNOT get it to work. Here's a post I just put on Cingular's website - any help would be GREATLY appreciated Thanks!:
Wow, not a lot on this subject it seems. I know this is an OLD thread, but my question is still valid. I searched for "tethering" and had no luck. I'm trying to find a way to use my Razr V3 to connect to my Dell Axim X50v. I've followed the rules on the Cingular website for connecting the Razr to a Compaq pda, and being the same OS, setting up my Dell was very close to the directions. Everything has been triple checked as far as typos in the usernames, passwords etc., but when I go to connect, I get "The answering modem has disconnected. To check your connection settings and change them if neded, tap Settings."
The Axim and the Razr are, in fact, paired. The Razr "wakes up" when I try to connect from the Axim.
Is there something in the Poxy settings I need to address? Default seems to be under Bluetooth Setings, "This network connects to the internet" (checked). Then "This network uses a proxy server to connect to the internet (checked)."
Then the Proxy server box is grayed out and in it says, "GWA". Clicking advanced takes me to a box where I can change the server name, but is GWA correct? And it Port 80?
Also, this may be part of the problem as well, under the general tab, then under advanced (also, where I entered the extra dial-string modem command) it asks for the baud rate and 19200 is preselected. Anyone know if this is correct? Do I need to change any of the TCP/IP, Port or Server settings?
This would be great if I could get it to work. Of course, the Cingular Store assured me that it would work, and that I just need to go to their website and follow the instructions.