PalmOne, Sprint Update Treo 650 With DUN Profile And More
Jun 16, 2005, 6:18 PM by (staff)
Sprint has made a new update to the Treo 650 smartphone available. The update enables the Dial Up Networking (DUN) Bluetooth profile, allowing 650 owners to connect their laptops to Sprint's data network using the Treo and Bluetooth. The update also adds support for more factory installed Bluetooth carkits, including Acura, BMW, and the Toyota Prius. A number of non-Bluetooth related improvements as well as an update to the VersaMail application are included in the update as well.
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