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DataPilot software

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by silver, Nov 11, 2003.

  1. silver

    silver Guest

    Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.
    KEn
     



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  2. Striker

    Striker Guest

    I use it and I like it.
    "silver" <ask@dfg.net> wrote in message
    news:5bg3rvon0orodtmn2nr70rrk0ncgsje11p@4ax.com...
    > Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    > like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.
    > KEn
    >
     
  3. jmhoying

    jmhoying Guest

    I bought a data cable for my Samsung A310 that included DataPilot software.
    It does work great to enter contacts using your computer to do the typing.
    I've also used it on my laptop to dial out using the cell phone as a modem
    and it worked fine. The connection was slow, but I think that is to be
    expected.
    Jack

    "silver" <ask@dfg.net> wrote in message
    news:5bg3rvon0orodtmn2nr70rrk0ncgsje11p@4ax.com...
    > Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    > like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.
    > KEn
    >
     
  4. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    silver wrote:
    > Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    > like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.


    http://www.rogerbinns.com/vx4400/datapilot-review.html

    From the Summary:

    Pros: DataPilot can transfer data between numerous cell phones
    and popular software packages (eg ACT, Outlook). It has a builtin
    editor so you don't need any other software. It is relatively
    low cost for what it does.

    Cons: It does not do synchronization (ie where you make multiple
    changes in multiple data sources and then merge the changes
    into all data sources on an ongoing basis). The import/export from
    programs is crude.

    License: The license only allows you to use the software on one
    computer (it does not specify a limit on number of users or
    phones on that computer though). Their license specifically mentions
    that just installing the software is considered use, so you can't
    install it on a work machine and a home machine even if you never
    use both at the same time.

    Roger
     
  5. John Simpson

    John Simpson Guest

    What prevents you from installing it on a second machine other than your
    conscience?

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:28oe81-rfi.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > silver wrote:
    > > Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    > > like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.

    >
    > http://www.rogerbinns.com/vx4400/datapilot-review.html
    >
    > From the Summary:
    >
    > Pros: DataPilot can transfer data between numerous cell phones
    > and popular software packages (eg ACT, Outlook). It has a builtin
    > editor so you don't need any other software. It is relatively
    > low cost for what it does.
    >
    > Cons: It does not do synchronization (ie where you make multiple
    > changes in multiple data sources and then merge the changes
    > into all data sources on an ongoing basis). The import/export from
    > programs is crude.
    >
    > License: The license only allows you to use the software on one
    > computer (it does not specify a limit on number of users or
    > phones on that computer though). Their license specifically mentions
    > that just installing the software is considered use, so you can't
    > install it on a work machine and a home machine even if you never
    > use both at the same time.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >
     
  6. Striker

    Striker Guest

    Nothing!

    "John Simpson" <jasimp@earthlink.net> wrote in message
    news:Ulctb.730$zx.566@lakeread03...
    > What prevents you from installing it on a second machine other than your
    > conscience?
    >
    > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > news:28oe81-rfi.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > > silver wrote:
    > > > Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    > > > like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.

    > >
    > > http://www.rogerbinns.com/vx4400/datapilot-review.html
    > >
    > > From the Summary:
    > >
    > > Pros: DataPilot can transfer data between numerous cell phones
    > > and popular software packages (eg ACT, Outlook). It has a builtin
    > > editor so you don't need any other software. It is relatively
    > > low cost for what it does.
    > >
    > > Cons: It does not do synchronization (ie where you make multiple
    > > changes in multiple data sources and then merge the changes
    > > into all data sources on an ongoing basis). The import/export from
    > > programs is crude.
    > >
    > > License: The license only allows you to use the software on one
    > > computer (it does not specify a limit on number of users or
    > > phones on that computer though). Their license specifically mentions
    > > that just installing the software is considered use, so you can't
    > > install it on a work machine and a home machine even if you never
    > > use both at the same time.
    > >
    > > Roger
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
     
  7. Roughrider50

    Roughrider50 Guest

    "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    news:28oe81-rfi.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > silver wrote:
    > > Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    > > like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.

    >
    > http://www.rogerbinns.com/vx4400/datapilot-review.html
    >
    > From the Summary:
    >
    > Pros: DataPilot can transfer data between numerous cell phones
    > and popular software packages (eg ACT, Outlook). It has a builtin
    > editor so you don't need any other software. It is relatively
    > low cost for what it does.
    >
    > Cons: It does not do synchronization (ie where you make multiple
    > changes in multiple data sources and then merge the changes
    > into all data sources on an ongoing basis). The import/export from
    > programs is crude.
    >
    > License: The license only allows you to use the software on one
    > computer (it does not specify a limit on number of users or
    > phones on that computer though). Their license specifically mentions
    > that just installing the software is considered use, so you can't
    > install it on a work machine and a home machine even if you never
    > use both at the same time.
    >
    > Roger
    >
    >

    What happens if you install it on 2 machines? Do I need to max out my
    credit cards & sneak off the South America? Now I won't be able to sleep
    tonight.
    That being said I really like the program.....saved me a lot of time last
    night when switched my phones. Just downloaded the entries from my piece of
    crap V60i to my neat new VX4400.
    --
    Roughrider50
     
  8. Roughrider50

    Roughrider50 Guest

    "John Simpson" <jasimp@earthlink.net> wrote in message
    news:Ulctb.730$zx.566@lakeread03...
    > What prevents you from installing it on a second machine other than your
    > conscience?


    Works great on both my 'puters. As far as not putting it both there was
    nothing anywhere in the installation(that I noticed) that said anything
    about adding it to a second machine.
    --
    Roughrider50





    >
    > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > news:28oe81-rfi.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > > silver wrote:
    > > > Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    > > > like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.

    > >
    > > http://www.rogerbinns.com/vx4400/datapilot-review.html
    > >
    > > From the Summary:
    > >
    > > Pros: DataPilot can transfer data between numerous cell phones
    > > and popular software packages (eg ACT, Outlook). It has a builtin
    > > editor so you don't need any other software. It is relatively
    > > low cost for what it does.
    > >
    > > Cons: It does not do synchronization (ie where you make multiple
    > > changes in multiple data sources and then merge the changes
    > > into all data sources on an ongoing basis). The import/export from
    > > programs is crude.
    > >
    > > License: The license only allows you to use the software on one
    > > computer (it does not specify a limit on number of users or
    > > phones on that computer though). Their license specifically mentions
    > > that just installing the software is considered use, so you can't
    > > install it on a work machine and a home machine even if you never
    > > use both at the same time.
    > >
    > > Roger
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
     
  9. Striker

    Striker Guest

    Works great on all three of mine, too.

    "Striker" <Striker@neo.mypantsrr.com> wrote in message
    news:Y1ftb.7134$kL2.5865@fe3.columbus.rr.com...
    > Nothing!
    >
    > "John Simpson" <jasimp@earthlink.net> wrote in message
    > news:Ulctb.730$zx.566@lakeread03...
    > > What prevents you from installing it on a second machine other than your
    > > conscience?
    > >
    > > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > > news:28oe81-rfi.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > > > silver wrote:
    > > > > Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    > > > > like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.
    > > >
    > > > http://www.rogerbinns.com/vx4400/datapilot-review.html
    > > >
    > > > From the Summary:
    > > >
    > > > Pros: DataPilot can transfer data between numerous cell phones
    > > > and popular software packages (eg ACT, Outlook). It has a builtin
    > > > editor so you don't need any other software. It is relatively
    > > > low cost for what it does.
    > > >
    > > > Cons: It does not do synchronization (ie where you make multiple
    > > > changes in multiple data sources and then merge the changes
    > > > into all data sources on an ongoing basis). The import/export from
    > > > programs is crude.
    > > >
    > > > License: The license only allows you to use the software on one
    > > > computer (it does not specify a limit on number of users or
    > > > phones on that computer though). Their license specifically mentions
    > > > that just installing the software is considered use, so you can't
    > > > install it on a work machine and a home machine even if you never
    > > > use both at the same time.
    > > >
    > > > Roger
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >
     
  10. Roughrider50

    Roughrider50 Guest

    "Striker" <Striker@neo.mypantsrr.com> wrote in message
    news:nSytb.6266$uw5.1307@fe2.columbus.rr.com...
    > Works great on all three of mine, too.



    I feel for you......the constant fear you must live. I'm a nervous wreck & I
    only have it on two. Maybe, just maybe I'll get a set of cajones & put it on
    my other two :eek:)
    --
    Roughrider50




    >
    > "Striker" <Striker@neo.mypantsrr.com> wrote in message
    > news:Y1ftb.7134$kL2.5865@fe3.columbus.rr.com...
    > > Nothing!
    > >
    > > "John Simpson" <jasimp@earthlink.net> wrote in message
    > > news:Ulctb.730$zx.566@lakeread03...
    > > > What prevents you from installing it on a second machine other than

    your
    > > > conscience?
    > > >
    > > > "Roger Binns" <rogerb@rogerbinns.com> wrote in message
    > > > news:28oe81-rfi.ln1@home.rogerbinns.com...
    > > > > silver wrote:
    > > > > > Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    > > > > > like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.
    > > > >
    > > > > http://www.rogerbinns.com/vx4400/datapilot-review.html
    > > > >
    > > > > From the Summary:
    > > > >
    > > > > Pros: DataPilot can transfer data between numerous cell phones
    > > > > and popular software packages (eg ACT, Outlook). It has a builtin
    > > > > editor so you don't need any other software. It is relatively
    > > > > low cost for what it does.
    > > > >
    > > > > Cons: It does not do synchronization (ie where you make multiple
    > > > > changes in multiple data sources and then merge the changes
    > > > > into all data sources on an ongoing basis). The import/export from
    > > > > programs is crude.
    > > > >
    > > > > License: The license only allows you to use the software on one
    > > > > computer (it does not specify a limit on number of users or
    > > > > phones on that computer though). Their license specifically mentions
    > > > > that just installing the software is considered use, so you can't
    > > > > install it on a work machine and a home machine even if you never
    > > > > use both at the same time.
    > > > >
    > > > > Roger
    > > > >
    > > > >
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >
     
  11. Roger Binns

    Roger Binns Guest

    John Simpson wrote:
    > What prevents you from installing it on a second machine other than your
    > conscience?


    They do have a serial number shipped with each copy. I think it used
    to get upgrades or support or something (I have never had to use
    it).

    As for what prevents you from using it on a second machine, it is the
    same thing that prevents me from stealing stuff from other people even
    if there is almost no chance of being caught.

    Personally I think their license is stupid, but that is how they
    want to sell it. It leads to reviews like mine (which gets about
    500 page views a month) and drives people to other software, or
    even to write their own (I am the perpetrator of BitPim :)

    Roger
     
  12. Rico

    Rico Guest

    I just got it and I HATE it! Their tech support is non-existent. Still
    waiting on a reply from them. Software seems to be unstable. Waiting
    on a RMA and this baby is going back.

    jerry


    On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 05:13:59 GMT, silver <ask@dfg.net> wrote:

    >Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    >like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.
    >KEn
     
  13. "Rico" <Rico@nowhere.com> wrote in message
    news:2vgfuvsqmefsjqm769v8cvv7qibb7fg5c8@4ax.com...
    > I just got it and I HATE it! Their tech support is non-existent. Still
    > waiting on a reply from them. Software seems to be unstable. Waiting
    > on a RMA and this baby is going back.
    >


    What seems to be the problem?? I have Datapilot for my VX6000 and it works
    just fine. It's a bit on the slow side when reading the phone (when compared
    to BitPin), but it gets the job done. I haven't had any stability problems
    so far. Running it on XP...




    Wishing you A Very Happy Holiday Season!

    And God Bless America!

    Bob the Printer


    Our web pages are located at:
    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/bdolson/
     
  14. Rico

    Rico Guest

    It seems that I have to create new dialup accounts from within the
    data pilot software for it to work. Yes it read all my dialup accounts
    that were present in my laptop but none of them would connect. It has
    also created several susteen modem ports. I think that is causing
    problems because at times it is trying to dial using the "phantom"
    susteem comm port. Also, sometimes it trully connects to my network at
    the hospital while other times it reports a connection but none of the
    apps can connect to their respective servers. It just seems to be a
    hit and miss with it. I'm going to try the mobile kit from Verizon to
    compare the two. It can be had for $46.

    I'm running xp as well.

    Jerry
    On Mon, 22 Dec 2003 23:40:19 -0500, "Bob the Printer"
    <bdolson@comcast.net> wrote:

    >
    >"Rico" <Rico@nowhere.com> wrote in message
    >news:2vgfuvsqmefsjqm769v8cvv7qibb7fg5c8@4ax.com...
    >> I just got it and I HATE it! Their tech support is non-existent. Still
    >> waiting on a reply from them. Software seems to be unstable. Waiting
    >> on a RMA and this baby is going back.
    >>

    >
    >What seems to be the problem?? I have Datapilot for my VX6000 and it works
    >just fine. It's a bit on the slow side when reading the phone (when compared
    >to BitPin), but it gets the job done. I haven't had any stability problems
    >so far. Running it on XP...
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >Wishing you A Very Happy Holiday Season!
    >
    >And God Bless America!
    >
    >Bob the Printer
    >
    >
    >Our web pages are located at:
    >http://mywebpages.comcast.net/bdolson/
    >
     
  15. "Rico" <Rico@nowhere.com> wrote in message
    news:fu8guvs58qor18dths8efu5i3h2iaa09g0@4ax.com...
    > It seems that I have to create new dialup accounts from within the
    > data pilot software for it to work. Yes it read all my dialup accounts
    > that were present in my laptop but none of them would connect. It has
    > also created several susteen modem ports. I think that is causing
    > problems because at times it is trying to dial using the "phantom"
    > susteem comm port. Also, sometimes it trully connects to my network at
    > the hospital while other times it reports a connection but none of the
    > apps can connect to their respective servers. It just seems to be a
    > hit and miss with it. I'm going to try the mobile kit from Verizon to
    > compare the two. It can be had for $46.


    Can't comment on using the VX6000 as a modem with Data Pilot since I've
    never done that.



    Wishing you A Very Happy Holiday Season!

    And God Bless America!

    Bob the Printer


    Our web pages are located at:
    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/bdolson/
     
  16. orwell

    orwell Guest

    Rico <Rico@nowhere.com> wrote in news:2vgfuvsqmefsjqm769v8cvv7qibb7fg5c8@
    4ax.com:

    > I just got it and I HATE it! Their tech support is non-existent. Still

    waiting on a reply from them. Software seems to be unstable. Waiting on a
    RMA and this baby is going back.

    I played phone tag with their tech support for about a week till we were
    able to connect, but they always returned my calls. Once we did connect,
    it took close to two hours to resolve the problem (MUCH longer than it
    should... Had a conflict with my Palm synch software and he should have
    asked that question right away), but they never ignored it.
     
  17. singha_lvr

    singha_lvr Guest

    On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 05:13:59 GMT, silver <ask@dfg.net> wrote:

    >Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    >like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.
    >KEn


    I just got it for use with my VX6000. It does everything flawlessly
    EXCEPT dial up to the internet. For whatever reason that ONE feature
    can't find my phone.

    Anyone else have this problem?

    I'm still waiting for a reply from their tech support department.

    (Unfortuantely that's one of the main reasons that I purchased it.)
     
  18. Ken

    Ken Guest

    Here is an answere I got from Susteen on
    that same question.
    Phone setting:

    Please proceed following steps:

    1.Menu
    2.9 Setting
    3.6 Data Settings
    4.2 Select port
    5.RS232C for dial-up (USB for phonebook
    transfer )

    Please confirm you have a driver under
    Control Panel/System/Hardware/Device
    Manager/Ports. If not, go back to Step
    7 above.

    If you have driver installed proceed
    following:

    ###################### Dial-Up Section
    #######################################
    Start DataPilot and click Dial-up button
    - "Please wait...." message appears and
    then it goes away after 30 seconds or
    so. You can now select your carrier and
    subscription type.

    Common cause for errors:

    1. Internal modem conflicting with cell
    phone -disable it before setting up
    (This is only fro 2.8.8 or older)
    cell phone dial-up - you can enable
    back later

    2. Using non-valid access # -
    AOL/NETZERO would not work but most
    other should work


    For Express network subscribers, you can
    use:(This is only fro 2.8.8 or older -
    For 3.0, Choose Verizon and applicable
    option)
    Access number: #777
    User name:
    your10digitcellphonenumber@vzw3g.com (if
    you do not have Express, then enter qnc
    here)
    Password: vzw (if you do not
    have Express, then enter qnc here ALSO)

    Verizon phone box need to be checked.
    Enable Express network should only be
    checked if you have Express network
    subscribed.

    Hope this helps.
    KEN


    On Sat, 10 Apr 2004 23:47:50 -0400,
    singha_lvr <singha_lvr@charter.net>
    wrote:

    >On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 05:13:59 GMT, silver <ask@dfg.net> wrote:
    >
    >>Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    >>like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.
    >>KEn

    >
    >I just got it for use with my VX6000. It does everything flawlessly
    >EXCEPT dial up to the internet. For whatever reason that ONE feature
    >can't find my phone.
    >
    >Anyone else have this problem?
    >
    >I'm still waiting for a reply from their tech support department.
    >
    >(Unfortuantely that's one of the main reasons that I purchased it.)
     
  19. singha_lvr

    singha_lvr Guest

    Ken,

    This was EXACTLY the problem. THANK YOU!

    Setting up a USB cable as an RS-232 port, huh ... who knew?

    Anyway: What's the deal with this "Express Network" as opposed to QNC.
    Is Express Network an option that you pay extra for? (I can only get
    QNC to work). <-- Which is fine.

    Thank you!


    On Sun, 11 Apr 2004 05:15:41 GMT, Ken <asken@att.net> wrote:

    >Here is an answere I got from Susteen on
    >that same question.
    >Phone setting:
    >
    >Please proceed following steps:
    >
    >1.Menu
    >2.9 Setting
    >3.6 Data Settings
    >4.2 Select port
    >5.RS232C for dial-up (USB for phonebook
    >transfer )
    >
    >Please confirm you have a driver under
    >Control Panel/System/Hardware/Device
    >Manager/Ports. If not, go back to Step
    >7 above.
    >
    >If you have driver installed proceed
    >following:
    >
    >###################### Dial-Up Section
    >#######################################
    >Start DataPilot and click Dial-up button
    >- "Please wait...." message appears and
    >then it goes away after 30 seconds or
    >so. You can now select your carrier and
    >subscription type.
    >
    >Common cause for errors:
    >
    >1. Internal modem conflicting with cell
    >phone -disable it before setting up
    >(This is only fro 2.8.8 or older)
    > cell phone dial-up - you can enable
    >back later
    >
    >2. Using non-valid access # -
    >AOL/NETZERO would not work but most
    >other should work
    >
    >
    >For Express network subscribers, you can
    >use:(This is only fro 2.8.8 or older -
    >For 3.0, Choose Verizon and applicable
    >option)
    > Access number: #777
    > User name:
    >your10digitcellphonenumber@vzw3g.com (if
    >you do not have Express, then enter qnc
    >here)
    > Password: vzw (if you do not
    >have Express, then enter qnc here ALSO)
    >
    >Verizon phone box need to be checked.
    >Enable Express network should only be
    >checked if you have Express network
    >subscribed.
    >
    >Hope this helps.
    >KEN
    >
    >
    >On Sat, 10 Apr 2004 23:47:50 -0400,
    >singha_lvr <singha_lvr@charter.net>
    >wrote:
    >
    >>On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 05:13:59 GMT, silver <ask@dfg.net> wrote:
    >>
    >>>Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    >>>like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.
    >>>KEn

    >>
    >>I just got it for use with my VX6000. It does everything flawlessly
    >>EXCEPT dial up to the internet. For whatever reason that ONE feature
    >>can't find my phone.
    >>
    >>Anyone else have this problem?
    >>
    >>I'm still waiting for a reply from their tech support department.
    >>
    >>(Unfortuantely that's one of the main reasons that I purchased it.)
     
  20. Ken

    Ken Guest

    Sorry, I cant answere that for you.
    KEN

    On Sun, 11 Apr 2004 22:26:25 -0400,
    singha_lvr <singha_lvr@charter.net>
    wrote:

    >Ken,
    >
    >This was EXACTLY the problem. THANK YOU!
    >
    >Setting up a USB cable as an RS-232 port, huh ... who knew?
    >
    >Anyway: What's the deal with this "Express Network" as opposed to QNC.
    >Is Express Network an option that you pay extra for? (I can only get
    >QNC to work). <-- Which is fine.
    >
    >Thank you!
    >
    >
    >On Sun, 11 Apr 2004 05:15:41 GMT, Ken <asken@att.net> wrote:
    >
    >>Here is an answere I got from Susteen on
    >>that same question.
    >>Phone setting:
    >>
    >>Please proceed following steps:
    >>
    >>1.Menu
    >>2.9 Setting
    >>3.6 Data Settings
    >>4.2 Select port
    >>5.RS232C for dial-up (USB for phonebook
    >>transfer )
    >>
    >>Please confirm you have a driver under
    >>Control Panel/System/Hardware/Device
    >>Manager/Ports. If not, go back to Step
    >>7 above.
    >>
    >>If you have driver installed proceed
    >>following:
    >>
    >>###################### Dial-Up Section
    >>#######################################
    >>Start DataPilot and click Dial-up button
    >>- "Please wait...." message appears and
    >>then it goes away after 30 seconds or
    >>so. You can now select your carrier and
    >>subscription type.
    >>
    >>Common cause for errors:
    >>
    >>1. Internal modem conflicting with cell
    >>phone -disable it before setting up
    >>(This is only fro 2.8.8 or older)
    >> cell phone dial-up - you can enable
    >>back later
    >>
    >>2. Using non-valid access # -
    >>AOL/NETZERO would not work but most
    >>other should work
    >>
    >>
    >>For Express network subscribers, you can
    >>use:(This is only fro 2.8.8 or older -
    >>For 3.0, Choose Verizon and applicable
    >>option)
    >> Access number: #777
    >> User name:
    >>your10digitcellphonenumber@vzw3g.com (if
    >>you do not have Express, then enter qnc
    >>here)
    >> Password: vzw (if you do not
    >>have Express, then enter qnc here ALSO)
    >>
    >>Verizon phone box need to be checked.
    >>Enable Express network should only be
    >>checked if you have Express network
    >>subscribed.
    >>
    >>Hope this helps.
    >>KEN
    >>
    >>
    >>On Sat, 10 Apr 2004 23:47:50 -0400,
    >>singha_lvr <singha_lvr@charter.net>
    >>wrote:
    >>
    >>>On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 05:13:59 GMT, silver <ask@dfg.net> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>>Has anyone used datapilot software and if so, how do you
    >>>>like it? Is it worth the money? Thanks.
    >>>>KEn
    >>>
    >>>I just got it for use with my VX6000. It does everything flawlessly
    >>>EXCEPT dial up to the internet. For whatever reason that ONE feature
    >>>can't find my phone.
    >>>
    >>>Anyone else have this problem?
    >>>
    >>>I'm still waiting for a reply from their tech support department.
    >>>
    >>>(Unfortuantely that's one of the main reasons that I purchased it.)
     

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