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cap_sulu
post Jun 6 2007, 03:24 AM
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Phone: Motorola Q
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I got Microsoft Street & Trips 2006 with GPS locator. Street & Trips 2006 includes Pocket Streets for Windows Mobile. I got Pocket Streets to work on my Q, but I can't get the GPS locator to pair with my Q. I purchased seperately Pharos PXT12 bluetooth transmitter ( the one recommended by Microsoft and spec'd by Pharos.) Pharos makes the GPS360 locator for Microsoft that is included in the package.

My Q goes so far as the ask for the bluetooth pairing key, after inputing the correct key, it then gives me an error that says:

Service not found

The service you are requesting is not supported on the device. Please make sure the device is ready and the service is enabled.


I've also tried other mapping software, in hopes this would help.
Mapopolis
google maps
map4mobi
all to no avail.

Just as an aside, I just downloaded the trial versions of Vito Audio Player, Vito Smart Navigator, and SmartTweaker. All three programs would not install. It said in the software description that if the program does not install, then my phone is locked by my carrier (Alltel.) Could this possibly be the problem why my GPS locator won't pair up?
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