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Motorola Q9H connected to MAC OS 10.5.2 Instructions.

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This took me a week to figure out. If you find it useful shoot me an email. Jason@@@@@@@clientrescue.com

I got my Mac Last week so I think I'm doing pretty good. I'm posting this from my Q9H watching tv and drinking beer.

Make sure you follow the Bluetooth setup assistant.

read below for the settings...

Go to Network preferences

On the left side press the plus key at the bottom of the screen.

interface: select bluetooth

service name: create one

phone number: *99# (I have AT&T)

account name: [email protected] (Yes I did mean to make this upper case lowercase does not work)

password: CINGULAR1

click on advanced at the bottom

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vendor: generic

model: dialup device

check: error correction and compression

dial mode:ignore dialtone when dialing

dialing: tone

sound: on

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Click OK

Click Apply

and finally

Click connect

Also there is no init string for the modem. Also upon my suggestion lock these settings for nothing more than to make me happy.

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Posted · Report post

This took me a week to figure out. If you find it useful shoot me an email. Jason@@@@@@@clientrescue.com

I got my Mac Last week so I think I'm doing pretty good. I'm posting this from my Q9H watching tv and drinking beer.

Make sure you follow the Bluetooth setup assistant.

read below for the settings...

Go to Network preferences

On the left side press the plus key at the bottom of the screen.

interface: select bluetooth

service name: create one

phone number: *99# (I have AT&T)

account name: [email protected] (Yes I did mean to make this upper case lowercase does not work)

password: CINGULAR1

click on advanced at the bottom

Picture%201.png?imgmax=512

vendor: generic

model: dialup device

check: error correction and compression

dial mode:ignore dialtone when dialing

dialing: tone

sound: on

Picture%202.png?imgmax=512

Click OK

Click Apply

and finally

Click connect

Also there is no init string for the modem. Also upon my suggestion lock these settings for nothing more than to make me happy.

can you teach me how to tether my q9h to my macbook for 3g sharing or is this it? dont want dial up but if im mistaken let me know? thanx

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