1. Rusty J's Avatar
    I'm clearly missing something here.
    I can't get my Tilt's built-in bluetooth connection application to work. I did, however, manage to convince the Tilt that my Tablet PC was its headset...
    Does the built-in application present to the connecting computer as a DUN phone, or as a network access point, or both/either?

    The computer I'm trying to connect from works on DUN on phones that support it, and I've used my Blackjack's Internet Sharing application successfully.

    Any advice would be of immense assistance.

    Thanks in advance,
    10-25-2007 02:28 AM
  2. surur's Avatar
    Doesn't AT&T strip out ICS from the Tilt? I suggest a trip over to XDA-Developers.com for a way to restore it.

    Surur
    10-25-2007 03:50 AM
  3. Dieter Bohn's Avatar
    They do indeed E%#$%@E strip it out - a fact I learned the hard way when I tried to liveblog at CTIA. There is some sort of Bluetooth dun in the settings, but it didn't work for me at all.
    10-25-2007 11:38 AM
  4. webedc's Avatar
    ICS is 'hidden'. Check this thread out: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=335837. Post #5 is all you need.
    10-26-2007 12:28 PM
  5. Rusty J's Avatar
    ICS is 'hidden'. Check this thread out: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=335837. Post #5 is all you need.
    It works.
    You don't even need to have ActiveSync installed if you're connecting over Bluetooth. But, your bluetooth drivers need to be able to support Bluetooth Network Access Devices, not just Dial-Up Networking.
    10-26-2007 11:00 PM
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