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Old 05-22-2008, 09:40 AM   #241
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Default New Usa Blackberry 8120 As Modem In Italy-desperate For Web

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Dear Blackberry Forums Community,

I really need help. I am writing from a small town in Southern Italy where hardly anyone has landline phones with which to get wireless internet and the only way I can access the web is to figure out a way to make my phone work as a modem.

I read the sticky extensively, created the script file without a problem, but cannot get the phone/modem to work. I am now using OS 10.5.2, so some of the options mentioned in the original sticky no longer appear, such as GPRS CID. On the pull down menu for the modem the only options appearing are ďEnable error correction and compression in modemĒ and then questions about the dial tone.

Since the original 2006 post was written, Iím using an updated BB (8120) and an updated OS (10.5.2), so is it possible that I need an updated script? And if so, what diety do I pray to in order to find one. St. Francisco De Paula is very popular in these parts, so maybe Iíll try him.

Iím pretty sure I have the APN: ibox.tim.it Is there something else I need to know?

Of course all this is complicated by the fact that Iím using Italian cell phone service. The company is called TIM. It is big with a lot of support, but the support is in Italian, so to get answers, I need to ask very specific questions.
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Old 05-23-2008, 04:25 AM   #242
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Default SUCCESS! - Ignore Post Above

I finally solved it!

The script works for the new 8120 (THANK YOU!!!!!)
And in OSX 10.5.2, some of the names for boxes etc. are different. Here's what worked for Tim In Italy

Phone #: ibox.tim.it
User name: guest
password: guest

I did have the problem that some described early in the threat about no bars on "receiving" but the problem is one of signal strength, which here is dodgey, but workable.

Thank you thank you thank you!
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Old 12-28-2008, 06:58 AM   #243
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ok so ive read this whole thing. i feel like a complete retard because i still cant figure it out. could some one maybe email me with step by step on what to do. heres what i have.....

brand new macbook pro with version 10.5.6
blackberry pearl 8110 through at&t (usa)

questions.....

for things saying "pearl 8100" will those work on my phone?
is it just the 8100 specifically or the 8100 series?
now i got the blackberry.ccl in the correct modem scrips folder but it didnt do anything. it was just the folder.

please help the slow one.....lol
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Old 01-13-2009, 02:47 PM   #244
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Default Telus

Anyone with info on how to connect to Telus would be appreciated. Using Pearl 8130 and OS X 10.4.11

Thanks in advance.

...


Got the answer elsewhere.

Last edited by Parisite; 01-26-2009 at 03:05 PM.. Reason: Found solution.
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Old 03-24-2009, 05:31 PM   #245
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Does anyone know of a script for the 8310?

Also does anyone have any instruction of connecting this so that i can use the data connection on my macbook leopard.

Thanks
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Old 05-15-2009, 09:11 PM   #246
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I feel like an idiot too, I have tried over and over i keep getting a pop up message:
Internet Connect: Could not open communication device
have restarted both Macbookpro and blackberry 8130,
Also donwloaded scripts for blackberry in my library too.
bluetooth says it is enable on my blackberry too.
Please help
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Old 05-15-2009, 09:24 PM   #247
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confused about what to put in user name have filled in everything else, and restarted still message:

Internet Connect
could not open the communication device

it shouldn't be this copmplicated or take this long uugghh! Please help
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Old 06-20-2009, 09:19 PM   #248
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will this work on an bb pearl 8120? i am using an intel macbook pro 10.5.7 and t-mobile. i have been trying to figure out how to get it to work. if someone could email me the script and how to make it work would be a huge help
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Old 11-25-2009, 12:21 PM   #249
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Quote:
Originally Posted by krzywhtboi View Post
ok so ive read this whole thing. i feel like a complete retard because i still cant figure it out. could some one maybe email me with step by step on what to do. heres what i have.....

brand new macbook pro with version 10.5.6
blackberry pearl 8110 through at&t (usa)

questions.....

for things saying "pearl 8100" will those work on my phone?
is it just the 8100 specifically or the 8100 series?
now i got the blackberry.ccl in the correct modem scrips folder but it didnt do anything. it was just the folder.

please help the slow one.....lol
I have a 10.5.7 and found that there was a RIM modem script already there. Maybe it was from the Desktop Manager for Mac that I installed ... try that.

See my images attached. They show how things are supposed to go.

I am surfing right now and uploaded those images via my BB 8220.

This is the Network area.

Click image for larger version

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ID:	17627

This is the advanced modem area.

Click image for larger version

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Views:	275
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ID:	17628

Please find attached modem script. Take of the .txt extension and stick it in a folder called RIM or such.

Hope that helps.
Attached Files
File Type: txt IPModem.txt (2.9 KB, 286 views)
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Old 03-22-2010, 06:55 PM   #250
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Nothing to use Bold 9000 as a modem (usb cable or bluetooth) ???
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Old 04-27-2011, 09:11 PM   #251
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Angry Re: Use your Pearl as a BT Modem under OS X

Hi Guys,

I have the new macbook pro, blackberry 8530 with MetroPCS (Phone company) I want to use my phone to connect to the internet as well.

Yes, I have successfully paired my phone already to my computer.

I need help with the codes to:
Telephone Number:
Account Name:
Password:

I have no clue.

Please help.

Thanks so much xx
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