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Hi, I have bee trying to setup a Panasonic X70 to work with the OSX over bluetooth and then GPRS.

The problem seems to be that I cannot get a valid modem script for my phone.

I found a util that lets me create my own modem scripts but I don't have a clue what the script would be.

I know the answer is close but cannot get any further, please help.

I don't want to spend £30 - £40 on a utility just to resolve this.

and O2 my mobile provider are about as much help as a wet kipper.
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Are you using the GPRS Script Generator? Are there any other folks locally that have it set up? You could look at another users script, even on a PC, to get an idea of what yours should look like. They should be identical.
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I can us modem script generator for mac os x @ http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/internet_utilities/modemscriptgenerator.html

The mobile X70 is setup on a Laptop running XP with GPRS over bluetooth. It connects to 02 (mobile provider) fine.

Do I query the modem in XP and use strings from that or something?
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Yes, use the string from XP and go to versiontracker.com to download GPRS Script Generator to do the creation.
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Okay I'll give it a go when I'm on site.

Thanks for your help


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