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Top message:  RAZR has cipppled bluetooth by slugphone   Dec 10, 2005, 8:55 AM

Replying to:  Re: RAZR has cipppled bluetooth by UofDVZW   Dec 13, 2005, 9:09 PM

Re: RAZR has cipppled bluetooth

by wnrussell    Dec 13, 2005, 10:35 PM

UofDVZW said:
the phone does have OBEX however that feature is disabled in the VZW UI it is possible to use UBEX via phone and pc but thats the only place you'll see it works... just because VZW says something doesnt always means its true look at the 815 vzw claims it doesn't support OBEX but I can tell you personally that it has it because I use it

OBEX is a protocol that enables Bluetooth profiles, so yes the Verizon phone supports OBEX.

File Transfer, Synchronization, and Object Push are profiles. None of the Motorolas for Verizon support all 3 of those profiles.

The original V710 only supported Synchronization. The V3c also has File Transfer, but neither has Object Push, so they are all crippled to some degree.

Nobody has hacked a VZW Moto to enable the pushing of files from the phone to another device.

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