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    Got t my ATT store at 8:30 - they opened at 9. I was the first one there to get one, and when I left at 9:30, no one else had come in to ask for one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamjay79 View Post
    Got t my ATT store at 8:30 - they opened at 9. I was the first one there to get one, and when I left at 9:30, no one else had come in to ask for one.
    It was like that for me when I got mine on Monday from the store... They told me that they had them since Sat... Dayum, could have had mine early...
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    Tethering

    Quote Originally Posted by CrunchDude View Post
    Any idea as to how I might tether using the Bold?? I use my Treo Pro for it, but would rather use my new 9000.
    Make sure you load Desktop Manager 4.6 on your notebook and that it is launched and minimized. I am going to assume you are on AT&T and using XP Pro
    1. Click Start > Settings > Control Panel.
    2. Double-click Phone and Modem Options.
    3. In the Phone and Modem Options window, click the Modems tab.
    4. Select Standard Modem and click Properties.
    5. Click Change Settings.
    6. In the Standard Modem Properties window, click the Advanced tab.
    7. In the Extra initialization commands field, type the following: +cgdcont=1,"IP","proxy"
    Creating your dial up
    1. Click Start > Settings > Network Connections.
    2. Double-click New Connection Wizard. The New Connection Wizard opens.
    3. Click Next.
    4. Select the Connect to the Internet option. Click Next.
    5. Select Set up my connection manually. Click Next.
    6. Select Connect using a dial-up modem. Click Next.
    7. If the Select a Device screen appears, select the Modem - Standard Modem check box. Click Next.
    8. In the ISP Name field, type a name for your connection. Click Next.
    9. In the Phone number field, type *99#. Click Next.
    10. In the Connect window, click Properties.
    11. In the Properties window, verify that Modem - Standard Modem appears beneath the Connect using heading, and then click Configure.
    12. In the Modem Configuration window, clear the Enable hardware flow control check box and make sure none of the other check boxes are selected. Click OK. In the Properties window, click OK.
    You may want to create a desktop icon. You decide

    That is it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ge View Post
    Make sure you load Desktop Manager 4.6 on your notebook and that it is launched and minimized. I am going to assume you are on AT&T and using XP Pro
    1. Click Start > Settings > Control Panel.
    2. Double-click Phone and Modem Options.
    3. In the Phone and Modem Options window, click the Modems tab.
    4. Select Standard Modem and click Properties.
    5. Click Change Settings.
    6. In the Standard Modem Properties window, click the Advanced tab.
    7. In the Extra initialization commands field, type the following: +cgdcont=1,"IP","proxy"
    Creating your dial up
    1. Click Start > Settings > Network Connections.
    2. Double-click New Connection Wizard. The New Connection Wizard opens.
    3. Click Next.
    4. Select the Connect to the Internet option. Click Next.
    5. Select Set up my connection manually. Click Next.
    6. Select Connect using a dial-up modem. Click Next.
    7. If the Select a Device screen appears, select the Modem - Standard Modem check box. Click Next.
    8. In the ISP Name field, type a name for your connection. Click Next.
    9. In the Phone number field, type *99#. Click Next.
    10. In the Connect window, click Properties.
    11. In the Properties window, verify that Modem - Standard Modem appears beneath the Connect using heading, and then click Configure.
    12. In the Modem Configuration window, clear the Enable hardware flow control check box and make sure none of the other check boxes are selected. Click OK. In the Properties window, click OK.
    You may want to create a desktop icon. You decide

    That is it.
    This may be a dumb question, but if I make these changes to my laptop (so I can use it at work), will I still be able to connect to my wifi network at home without being required to "undo" these changes every time? Or, if I create the desktop icon like you suggested, will I just need to click on that icon when I want to tether my Bold at work? Thanks for your help!

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