Originally Posted by cessquill
I'm connected to a Bluetooth GPS system when out an about. Can the iPaq connect to my phone at the same time, or is that not possible?
Acutaly I've been testing mPhone 2.5 for the last week and was going to do a review on it this weekend. It took a lot of testing to finaly get 2 connection to my phone that won't kill each other. Why 2.... Well the reason most poeple get a T68i with bluetooth is so that they can use it as modem. The probem was that if you follow the directions for mPhone it tells you to make a bluetooth connection to serial port 1, then connect they're software. This works, but when you make an internet connection to check your email, traffic, of MSN Messenger it kills you mPhone connection. I've finaly got it to where i can use them both and niether kill each other. The trick was to make a connection to serial port 2, connnect the mPhone software (selecting com 5 in the settings), make a conneciton to serial port 1, then make an interet connection. I think by default the internet conenction connects using serial port 1, that's why it kept killing my mPhone connection with default settings. One of the things I wish mPhone had is info about my phone battery, signal, voice mails and such. I will try to do a review with lots of pictures this weekend.
As far as I know you are allowed to pair up to 8 devices. I was wanting to do the same thing. I currently have a TeleType CF GPS and was wanting to switch to the Symbol bluetooth version so i wouldn't have to go through the process of swapping cards, starting software, waiting for connection and so on.
Does Running Voice allow you to only be connected to the phone / internet or both? From what I saw last time I looked at it you had to switch from one to the other. When I'm surfing the web I still want the PDA software to tell me that I've got a call coming in.