T-mobile with a RAZR V3 phone? TT300


Joined
May 15, 2007
Messages
3
Location
san antonio texas
TomTom Model(s)
tomtom 300
I have T-Mobile and a RAZR V3 and can't get my TomTom 300 to connect to PLUS services through the RAZR. have tryed and tryed to manual setting i am pissed that i cant get this to work, when i tryed this on the phone screen it shows GPRS ACTIVE and the TT screen shows 65% checking wireless data connection setting..... then it goes to UNABLE TO SET UP WIRELESS DATA CONNECTION.?????????????
IAM 2 sec from tossing this tt out the window. Please help


I can pair the two via bluetooth but it fails when trying to setup wireless data services. I have T-Mobile MobileWeb service

Thanks Craig ::confused:
 
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Joined
Apr 26, 2007
Messages
4
I am having the same problem. I have a Blackjack and CS said that the phone is too new. So I tried it with my Imate SP5 and still the same error. I also have t mobile and it does the exact same 65% as yours.
 
Joined
Feb 21, 2007
Messages
3,975
Location
Toronto, ON Canada
TomTom Model(s)
ONE v2
Have you ever been able to pair the TT with your phone? After getting the 65% error, do you get a message about staying paired with a certain phone device?
 
Joined
Apr 26, 2007
Messages
4
I have been able to get the TT to pair with the bluetooth. What makes this suspicious is its the same message for either phone I have tried it with. Both get to the 65% then the message. Its almost like the device times out.
 
Joined
Feb 20, 2007
Messages
251
Location
Los Angeles, CA
TomTom Model(s)
510 software 6.52
T-mobile has recently changed their service. If you had "T-zones", u can no longer access port 80 for internet access. You need to pay them $19.99 for the unlimited data plan.
 
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