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fantastic to see a forum for the 6385.
I live in Australia and as most of you probably know its a big
country and there is not that many people. Therefore the mobile
coverage is not the best. For this I have a car kit (CARK-91)
connected to an external antenna for improved reception.
On the car kit there is a port labeled Data/Handset. My question is,
does anyone know where you can these data cables that plug into the
junction box of the car kit. I know that the DLR-3P plugs into the
bottom of the phone and then into your latptop, but when the phone is
in the car kit (for external antenna) that bottom port is blocked
off, so you can't plug the DLR-3P in.
Anyone got any ideas???
Faxmodem setup for 6385
have XP Pro and WinFax Pro v10, and use my phone to fax every week
because I no longer use a landline.
This explaination is based on Verizon service, so there maybe some
differences depending on your SP.
First you need a modem driver for your computer. For Verizon I used
a standard driver that I downloaded from the Verizon website. I have
also used a 6385 modem driver that I found on the web.
Once the driver is installed you should see the modem in your control
Next test your cable by just plugging it into the phone. The phone
should respond by showing "ready for data". If you don't see this,
you need a DLR-3 cable. Now plug your cable into a serial port....
1200mah. The batteries are labeled for 8260 and fit snuggly in the
6385. I've used this battery type for a month now with no problems
and definately longer battery life. So far they haven't blown up in
my pocket. Has anybody else had any experience with these batteries?