Thanks fanchee. I was looking but as I'm a ONE owner (no need for a ONE AND a 910 as far as I can see ) i'm not used to looking on TomTom's support site for much other than my ONE... it's hard enough finding anything on that site.Here you go... directly from TomTom's site:
Plus Services & Hands-free Calling
* T Mobile: Nokia 3660, Nokia 6600, Nokia 6620, Sony Ericsson T610, Motorola V330*, Motorola V360*, Motorola RAZR V3
* Cingular: Sony Ericsson T637, Nokia 6620, Nokia 7610, Nokia 6230, Nokia 6600, Motorola RAZR 3, Motorola V551, Motorola MPX220, Audiovox SMT 5600**, Motorola ROZR E1**
* Verizon: Motorola V710*** (GO300 & 700 only)
Hey black. My brother just got 2 years for doing exaclty what you say you did. And you're dumb enough to post it? Do you think you are really that anonymous in today's internet? I've been lurking on this site for a few weeks now. Just reading and watching. Been lurking forever on howards too, and yournav. but you make me post first. I just can't beleive someone would post they HACKED their own cellphone. Do you not pay for it at all? Or just the web? Do you think the account manager at Verizon won't eventually pick this up? You just made his job easier for cryin out loud!On newer verizon phones bluetooth dun or bluetooth data is blocked by default unless you sign up for some crazy $65 a month internet service.
I went to www.howardforums.com and followed the instructions to basically HACK my phone I have the verizon motorola K1M and had to edit the phone with a data cable and motorola pst to get dun to work.
Then all you do on tomtom is manually set up connection and use #777 as the dial number and works like a charm...
This is the same on most new verizon phones to heads up.
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