Discussion in 'Motorola phones' started by mossyy, Mar 15, 2005.
The "bible" is available at:
Good Lord mossy! Now that's a guide
thnx a million Nephilim
I prefer the original
he uses pretty colors
then read the one there, and leave that for the PEOPLE here,,,, and btw at least am sharing that with the members here not like u just keeping that for urself....
fusk mossyy, that little bitch
no problem at all jlavah
this is what i need.... thanX guys
hope this can help me....
no problem at all ex10sion
That's crazy. You have WAY too much time on your hands. Thanks a lot!
u welcome any time LiNx88
I followed your guide but, everything went well up to
[i['7) The Untitled Kjava File dialogue box should say Java App Loader is Now Disabled. If it says Java App Loader is Now Enabled, go straight to Step 8. '[/i]
When i did this one, nothing happend
'7i) Click on the Enable/Disable Java App Loader Menu in the dialogue box. '
Its as if it doesn't reconise that im pressing a button on the dialogue box.
Hope to hear your guru advice soon
u must have the Java App Loader enabled, and to enable it i prefer using the P2KTools its quite easy to do it....
anyway if u dont know how to enable it using P2KTools let me know and i'll tell step by step what to do...
Many many thanks for this guide ! It is great place we can find on the internet ! I own a MOTOROLA E398 and I would be happy If I could find a Section which explain How to transfer Games via Bluetooth on E398. I have tried with the method described in Section 7 for E1000 but unsuccesful. Under OBEX folder, I created/renamed kjava folder, then made the transfer of *.jar file, but the file is not there. So I erase kjava folder then, without any problem.
okay thats for v600 but have a try anyway
-Install the latest version of the MPT software and run LiveUpdate
-Start the software, open the default profile, and cancel out of the connection type screen
-When the program opens with the generic phone/skin selected, hit F6 to go into the manual setup
-Click the Communication tab and change the modem to the Bluetooth modem, then select the V600 from the device selection screen
-After you exit the setup, the skin should change to the V600 and it MIGHT connect to the V600
-If it doesn't, initialize the Dial-up Networking Gateway to the phone via Bluetooth (you can do this through "My Bluetooth Places," or the Bluetooth tray icon)
-You will see the BT icon turn green (if you have it set up correctly) and the dial-up networking window will pop up
-With the icon still green, refresh the Mobile PhoneTools display (or exit and restart the program, or open and close the setup screen)
-It should connect! Now whenever I open the MPT software, I don't even have to initialize the Bluetooth modem. It does it automatically.
Let me know if this works for anyone! I hope it was helpful.
mossyy, pls help me. did everything and now my motorola v600 and my pc are well connected using MPT 3. phone book and calendar can be synchronized easily, BUT my sms doesnt appear in MPT. Also when a new sms coming, it says retrieving but nothing actually comes up to my MPT. What's wrong? Thanks for your help.
what MPT version do u have???
it's mpt 3.00 or 3.11, i am not really sure.
try to upload it with 3.23 and c if it works....
how do i update mpt to 3.23?
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