Can't get speed on Kyocera 2325

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Hi there. I'm new here, and I have a problem.

I am signed up for National Access on AC. I have a USB cable to
connect with my Kyocera 2325. I got it from Kyocera last christmas.
I have checked to see that the inf file is current with the latest on
Kyocera's support page. I sign on with the xxx@vzw3g.com, password
vzw.

It works.

But I can't get more than 14K out of it. The phone has three com port
settings, but only 19.2 works. The literature with the phone says it
is 1Xrtt capable. Yet I notice Futuredial doesn't have a 3G version
of their snapdialer program for the 2325. Is that significant?

What am I to make of all this? Is it the phone? Is it the software
from Kyocera? Anybody using this phone as a modem at higher speeds
than 14K????

Bob Giddings

www.arcatapet.net/bobgiddings

Current email at:
bobgiddings0 at yahoo dot com
 
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"Bob Giddings" <me@privacy.net> wrote in message
news:f7hda0hqhav75onnf2f3h0agbc75ou6011@4ax.com
> Hi there. I'm new here, and I have a problem.
>
> I am signed up for National Access on AC. I have a USB cable to
> connect with my Kyocera 2325. I got it from Kyocera last christmas.
> I have checked to see that the inf file is current with the latest on
> Kyocera's support page. I sign on with the xxx@vzw3g.com, password
> vzw.
>
> It works.
>
> But I can't get more than 14K out of it. The phone has three com port
> settings, but only 19.2 works. The literature with the phone says it
> is 1Xrtt capable. Yet I notice Futuredial doesn't have a 3G version
> of their snapdialer program for the 2325. Is that significant?
>
> What am I to make of all this? Is it the phone? Is it the software
> from Kyocera? Anybody using this phone as a modem at higher speeds
> than 14K????
>
> Bob Giddings
>
> www.arcatapet.net/bobgiddings
>
> Current email at:
> bobgiddings0 at yahoo dot com


Absolutely.. you said
> But I can't get more than 14K out of it. The phone has three com port
> settings, but only 19.2 works. The literature with the phone says it
> is 1Xrtt capable. Yet I notice Futuredial doesn't have a 3G version
> of their snapdialer program for the 2325. Is that significant?

Didn't notice you had said "phone has three com port settings". On the other
NG I thought you meant the driver speed setting on the computer.
My setup is phone/USB cable and set to 230k, the software on the computer
end is two programs, kyocera USB to COM converter, and mobile office (only
uses com ports). The phone and the computer have to be at the same max speed
to talk to each other.
Don't know what communications software you use, but with a USB cable the
phone itself is a USB port, and becomes a com port for some software by
another program that converts USB to COM (That's the way Mobile Office
works, it only supports com ports).

If you have the phone set at 19.2 (the cell phone can only connect at 14.4.
19.2 is the speed of the cellphone to the computer via cable)
If you are using a serial cable, the PHONES com port speed should be 115,
and if USB, then 230.
 
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> It works.
>
> But I can't get more than 14K out of it. The phone has three com port
> settings, but only 19.2 works.

Yeah, the PHONE is capable of higher speeds, but is your wallet?

The generic dial-up is limited in speed, but of course they have other
*special* plans if you need your data to fly faster.

Yeah I thought a newer phone would change that too.

-SP Just another rube listening to customer service!
 

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