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Old 10-27-2007, 11:48 AM   #16
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Bluetooth dial-up networking

Sir,When i wanted to connect to the rfcomm channel it shows that"Device already in use."After that when i try to connect to modem it only shows /dev/modem or else /dev/tty etc.. but do not show the /dev/rfcomm channel.when i try to dial via "wvdial" It asks for connection in the phone and when i accept the connection it shows that "dissconnected from ram".Please help me to solve the problem.


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