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Old 07-02-2004, 12:39 PM   #1
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Question Bluetooth slow (VERY SLOW) GPRS connection


I'm trying to connect my PC with my T39m cell phone, using a Bluetooth USB adaptor.

GPRS connection goes well, but using pppd sometimes I get a "Serial line is looped back" error and everything stops.

Even when I'm successfully connected, connection speed is terribly slow (0.3k/s or less). I've tried the same connection under WinXP, et it works fine (and FASTER).

What's wrong? Please, help me


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