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- Feb 13, 2014
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A little appreciated fact: POTS talk and ring battery levels haven't really changed since the beginning of the Bell system. I got dragged along on an antiquing trip with my grandparents and spied a Western Electric model 202 phone I couldn't pass up (my occupation is basically VoIP/video). I'm not sure when this particular one was made, but its design dates back to 1930. I have it plugged in at my house. It is fully operational and can place phone calls. AFAIK, all modern central office switches will still accept pulse dialing as well as DTMF.Heh. Try asking about a triode, klystron, KS-15656, or even a rotary telephone...
As if on cue, Jake posts all sorts of trouble 30 minutes later... I didn't even say the B-word.I don't want to jinx it
No problem at all. Ross-Tech have more than repaid me for those things. If you still feel indebted though, feel free to tell me what the hell is wrong with my Phaeton.Wow. Thank you for the the vote of confidence, Jason!
(And of course for all the testing and help finding modules and such too)!
They have certainly done Something for WiFi, at least for non-Cloud stuff. I had to keep checking to make sure the USB cable wasn't plugged in.Glad to hear its working well for you !
I have complete confidence.I'm sure they'll have that righted quickly.
Agreed.I will try to get a scan of my Phaeton soon, but it was working well last I knew and I don't think its virtual K-line setup is likely to have much in common with your much newer car.
Current versions should allow up to 4 devices connected via ap mode at the same time.Add a note about virtual AP being restricted to a single associated WiFi client. I've accidentally tripped over this a couple times, wondering why I can't get my laptop associated, and it turned out my phone automatically jumped on it as soon as the SSID showed up. This would be frustrating to figure out for someone who didn't know about the limitation.
Ehhhhh.... I had the same problem jyoung8607 did.Current versions should allow up to 4 devices connected via ap mode at the same time.
Yep, I looked back at my posts because I remember you commented on AP mode not being the preferred method.Hrm... can you define current version? I thought I had experienced this within the last month or so, but I could be wrong.
I think a lot of people might run into this. After all, a lot of people will have multiple WiFi client devices. They don't even need to be in the car, just nearby.Ehhhhh.... I had the same problem jyoung8607 did.
Couldn't connect with the tablet because the phone latched on to it.
Turned wifi off on phone, the other tablet latched onto the HN.
Lather, rinse, repeat until the tablet I was using became the Highlander