Go520 and Blackberry Torch 9800

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  1. dwbeattie55

    dwbeattie55

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    Good morning,



    This is my first time on this forum so please be nice. lol



    I have recently upgraded from the very reliable Blackberry 8800 to the Blackberry Torch and am having issues setting u the wireless data connection between my TomTom and my Blackberry.



    This worked previously on the 8800, although I had to reset the BB fomr time to time but it did enable me to pick up traffic on the TomTom.



    I have searched everywhere for a solution but with no success.



    I have used the normal setting for my carrier, APN: internet, Username: web, password: web and what I believe is the correct login script: at+cgtcont=1,"IP","internet" also using the dialup code of *99# however it just will not connect.



    Although TomTom support said that this would not work with my 8800 it would so I am assuming that even though they say it wont with the 9800 I am sure there is a way.



    The Bluetooth connection between the devices is all up and running and the TomTom confirms that the following services are available on the blackberry:



    Handsfree calling, Wireless Data, Contacts, etc



    Has anyone had the same issue, does anyone know if this will work and if so how to get it to work.

    I really do not want to buy a TMC-RDS cable for my tomtom as I much prefer just using the wireless data to get traffic.



    Oh, and yes I am obviously using OS6 whereas my 8800 was using OS4.5. I have read somewhere that Blackberry changed the Bluetooth design on OS 4.6 upwards? Is this true and would this make a difference?



    I am going to try and get this working on my 8520 today to provie this as it is running OS5



    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Kind Regards,

    Dave
     
    dwbeattie55, Nov 12, 2010
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