Re: [NTLK] Success: Verizon Razr phone connection via Bluetooth

From: Adriano <>
Date: Sat Jun 17 2006 - 08:02:35 EDT

Much compliments for your success and much thanks for publishing your
results in details!

According to the reports, it seems that Pico bluetooth pcmcia permits
a far more stable connection than the other bluetooth cards
experienced previously! At this point i just need to get Razr series

Actual version of Blunt rocks, and i wonder about the new features
that Blunt2 will bring on when it will be ready.


Adriano Angelillis

12/giu/06 Joseph Solin wrote:

> OK, I got it to work. I have previously paired my phone to the Newton
> using the Bluetooth Setup program.
> Internet Setup:
> Protocol: PPP
> Configuration: Server
> User ID: qnc
> Pwd: qnc
> Primary DNS:
> Secondary DNS:
> Domain Name: <None>
> Login Script:
> Send ATDT#777
> Send Return (Actually it's a symbol)
> Pause 5 (Not sure if this needs to be this long)
> Send AT$QCMDR=2
> Send Return (Actually it's a symbol)
> Done
> This will establish a 14.4k connection on my Motorola Razr via a Pico
> Bluetooth card. It uses airtime for the connection.
> <snip>
> On Jun 11, 2006, at 3:13 PM, Morgan Aldridge wrote:
>> John R Chang has the original documentation I used here:
>> Basically, the phone number is '#777', the username is your-phone-
>> (i.e. ''), and supposedly the
>> password can be anything, but I've found 'vzw' to be the most
>> reliable.
>> <snip>
>> The correct modem init string (per the "Verizon Support (PC 5220)"
>> modem script in Mac OS X 10.4 which works for Verizon) is
>> 'ATE0V1&F&D2&C1&C2S0=0'. I think we'll need to write a new NIE script
>> for this to work, but we obviously need to connect to the phone
>> correctly first.

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