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  Verizon: VX8000 Firmware Update Disables DUN
Posted on Sunday, May 01 @ 15:36:39 MDT by Christopher_Price
 
 
  Verizon has just issued a new firmware for their LG VX8000 EV-DO Handset. Version T80VZV05 disables support for the device to be used as a modem, as well as delivers several major software fixes. In some of the technician notes on the update, it is mentioned that DUN (Dial-Up Networking) support can be re-enabled, but users are reporting those steps do not work.

 
 
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Re: Verizon: VX8000 Firmware Update Disables DUN (Score: 1)
by Washu234 on Sunday, May 01 @ 19:34:33 MDT
(User Info )
And that's why Verizon sucks. Atleast we at Sprint have the non EV-DO non OBEX but fully enabled (ok mostly enabled) DUN, PM-325 and everything but very buggy and never updated T608. Take that Verizon!

-Jody-

P.S - I want my EV-DO BLUETOOTH NOW SPRINT! LISTEN UP! (And I want unlimited DUN free with EV-DO Vision)


 
 


 
 
How to Enable DUN on VX8000 after firmware upgrade (Score: 1)
by lovevzw on Monday, July 11 @ 22:14:40 MDT
(User Info )
1) Go to menu 2) Hit 0 3) Enter 000000 4) Go to Data 5) Go to Cable DUN 6) Select Enable You like?


 
 


 
 
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