bluetooth proximity marketing             user guide
table of contents1. bluAir desktop Quick Start ..............................................................................
1. bluAir desktop quick startThank you for purchasing bluAir desktop, a powerful and easy to use Bluetooth broad-casting d...
Broadcasting phasesPhase 1, Device detection: bluAir scans for Bluetooth-enabled device locatedin a range up to 100 meters...
2. Logging into bluBaseApplication URL: http://blubase.bluair.plLogin page: enter your user name and password which you re...
3. Home page (Hotspots list)1               2                                                3                            ...
4. Display / edit hotspot information4.1. Hotspot’s information pageTo access a particular hotspot’s information page, jus...
4.2. Offline Update & Upload StatisticsIn case there’s no network connection between you bluAir unit and bluBase applicati...
On the hotspot settings page you can change the parameters of your hotspot and save them.Name - a name of your hotspot for...
5. Display / edit content information5.1. Contents listTo display your contents list, just click the CONTENT button in the...
A content’s information page shows a list of linked files in various handset groups. From here you candownload each file, ...
5.3.1. Upload contentUsually, “new content” would be a group of different files targeted at various phone models (e.g. cor...
With the use of filter (or filter set) you can precisely specify which handsets will be receiving particu-lar files. You c...
5.3.2. Image content wizardImage content wizard lets you create graphics for your campaigns without leaving the browser.Al...
After the image generation process finishes, you will be redirected to your new content’s informationpage. The list shows ...
image content wizard in use:       background and logo images + text5.3.3. Contest wizardContest wizard deals with already...
5.4. Editing contentBasically, the procedure when editing your content files is the same as in Chapter 5.3.1 (Uploading fi...
6. Display / edit campaign information6.1. Summary page of all available Bluetooth campaignsTo display your campaign list,...
6.2. Campaign’s information pageTo view a particular campaign’s information page, just click its name in the campaign list...
6.3. Adding new Bluetooth campaignOn the campaigns summary page, click the button new campaign.You will be redirected to a...
6.4. Editing campaignOn a selected campaign’s information page, hit edit.You will be redirected to this campaign’s edit fo...
7. Handset informationbluBase has a constantly growing database of handsets and information about their parameters.You may...
8. bluAir desktop unitIn the box you will find:	          • bluAir desktop unit	          • power cord 	         • manual ...
8.2. Broadcasting filesTo start broadcasting files simply connect the desktop to power supply. After a couple of minutesth...
The configuration password is bluair2008.When you are successfully logged in, you will see main menu on your screen.  www....
8.4. bluAir (bluAir settings)               — same as broadcasting name in bluBase. This name is displayed               o...
8.5. Connecting bluAir to the InternetDepending on the version of bluAir hotspot you have purchased, there are several met...
8.6. System (system settings)In the System settings you can set your local time and date.        1   From the main menu ch...
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8.7. Configuring Network SettingsBy default, bluAir hotspot is configured to automatically connect to the Internet via Eth...
123notes      If you are not sure what settings should be used, please contact your network administrator or      Internet...
8.9. Wireless LAN settingsbluAir Wireless LAN supports the following authorization methods:            WPA-PSK            ...
12    Rebooting    www.bluair.pl   bluAir user guide 33
8.10. GPRS connectionIn order to start configuration you will need the following information from your GSM provider(SIM ca...
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Final window   Modem monitorModem monitor provides simple, but very important function – after turning it on, the modem(an...
8.11. Troubleshooting guideThe unit is not broadcasting files.          Is the unit connected properly to a power supply? ...
Technical serviceIf you need help with your device, please contact us:support@bluair.pl+4822 690 68 05Javatech LLCWidok 8,...
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  1. 1. bluetooth proximity marketing user guide
  2. 2. table of contents1. bluAir desktop Quick Start ................................................................................................ 32. Logging into bluBase ............................................................................................................ 53. Home page (Hotspots list) ................................................................................................. 64. Display / edit hotspot information ................................................................................ 7 4.1. Hotspot’s information page ...................................................................................... 7 4.2. Offline Update & Upload statistics ......................................................................... 8 4.3. Edit hotspot’s settings ................................................................................................ 85. Display / edit content information .............................................................................. 10 5.1. Contents list .................................................................................................................. 10 5.2. Content’s information page ................................................................................... 10 5.3. Adding new content .................................................................................................. 11 5.3.1. Upload content ............................................................................................. 12 5.3.2. Image content wizard ................................................................................ 14 5.3.3. Contest wizard .............................................................................................. 16 5.4. Editing content ............................................................................................................ 176. Display / edit campaign information ......................................................................... 18 6.1. Summary page of all available Bluetooth campaigns ................................. 18 6.2. Campaign’s information page ............................................................................... 19 6.3. Adding new Bluetooth campaign ........................................................................ 20 6.4. Editing campaign ....................................................................................................... 217. Handset information ......................................................................................................... 228. bluAir desktop unit ............................................................................................................ 23 8.1. Back of the unit ........................................................................................................... 23 8.2. Broadcasting files ...................................................................................................... 24 8.3. bluAir configurator .................................................................................................... 24 8.4. bluAir (bluAir settings) ........................................................................................... 26 8.5. Connecting bluAir to the Internet ....................................................................... 27 8.6. System (system settings) ........................................................................................ 28 8.7. Configuring Network Settings .............................................................................. 30 8.8. LAN network settings ............................................................................................... 30 8.9. Wireless LAN settings .............................................................................................. 32 8.10. GPRS connection ...................................................................................................... 34 8.11. Troubleshooting guide .......................................................................................... 38 2 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  3. 3. 1. bluAir desktop quick startThank you for purchasing bluAir desktop, a powerful and easy to use Bluetooth broad-casting device. In this chapter you will learn how to quickly start your own Bluetooth-based campaign.To make bluAir desktop running, just plugit to the power. To be able to define yourown Bluetooth campaigns, we recommendalso to connect bluAir desktop to the net-work using Ethernet cable.For other connectivity options (WiFior GPRS) please refer to Chapter 8.5.After approximately 4 minutes from thepower on, you will hear a “happy” soundindicating that bluAir started broadcastingfiles. By default, bluAir is uploaded witha demo picture. To test reception, pleaseturn on Bluetooth function in your mobilephone, and make sure it is in public mode. www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 3
  4. 4. Broadcasting phasesPhase 1, Device detection: bluAir scans for Bluetooth-enabled device locatedin a range up to 100 meters (330 feet) depending on the interior conditions anda target mobile phone type.Phase 2, Permission request: for every device bluAir sends request for permissionof sending files (it looks like: Do you want to connect with bluAir?)Phase 3, Content upload: once user grants permission, bluAir sends files (thanks tomultithreaded software architecture and multiple bluetooth radios installed, sendingfiles to one Customer will not stop detection of new mobile phones around). The num-ber of actual concurrent connections will depend on the type of bluAir hotspot youhave purchased.Once you complete your test with receiving files, let’s create your own campaign.For that, you will need to log into your account on bluBase web management platformdescribed in more detail in the following chapters. 4 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  5. 5. 2. Logging into bluBaseApplication URL: http://blubase.bluair.plLogin page: enter your user name and password which you received via e-mail.If you lost your password contact us via blubase-support@bluair.pl www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 5
  6. 6. 3. Home page (Hotspots list)1 2 3 5 6 4 (1) Hotspots list (access (2) Contextual statistics pane - related to what you are cur- points with a bluAir unit) and rently viewing (all hotspots, all campaigns or specific ones). corresponding campaigns, You may choose from the list of available statistics (3): along with information about the number of sent files, last Discovered handsets, Handsets reached, Content served, To- update and last connection size, Reached vs. not reached. Each chart has its own repre- tal content, Popular vendors, Popular models, Sent content dates. Click on the arrows to sentation in a data table, which can be displayed by clicking sort the list by any of its com- the button below it (4). Use date sidebar (5) to specify time ponents. period for the graph. Additionally, you may wish to export a given chart as a PDF or Microsoft Excel (XLS) report (6). Please note: if you use OpenOffice or other non-Microsoft spreadsheet processors, charts may not be displayed correctly. 6 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  7. 7. 4. Display / edit hotspot information4.1. Hotspot’s information pageTo access a particular hotspot’s information page, just click its name in the hotspots list.By clicking any of the hotspots from the list you will be redirected to the detailed hotspot page.Here you can check precise statistics for any time period. www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 7
  8. 8. 4.2. Offline Update & Upload StatisticsIn case there’s no network connection between you bluAir unit and bluBase application, you will needto synchronize its data offline.Offline Update - saves campaign’s settings to a ZIP file, which you should save to USB pen drive andthen plug it into your bluAir hotspot . Depending on whether the update process is successful or not -you will hear a “joyful” or “sad” beep sound.Upload Statistics - lets you import hotspot statistics to bluBase in case when your hotspot was work-ing offline. Please plug USB pen drive into the hotspot - after you hear a joyful beep you may unplugit and plug the pen drive into your computer’s USB slot. Click BROWSE and choose a file saved on thepen drive. This will allow to view your campaign’s statistics (charts) in the bluBase application.4.3. Edit hotspot’s settingsTo edit a given hotspot’s settings just click the EDIT button on the hotspot’s information page. 8 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  9. 9. On the hotspot settings page you can change the parameters of your hotspot and save them.Name - a name of your hotspot for your own reference.Time Zone - has to be set up properly for the statistics.Watchdog - monitors your hotspot’s activity. No response from hotspot over a given time resultsin sending a notification to the specified e-mail address.Broadcasted name - this will appear on the user’s phone as a sender name.broadcasting settingsPairing PIN - some phones require a PIN to communicate with bluAir.Scheme - there are several schemes appropriate for specific locations or situations: Bust stop, Event,High traffic location, In-store, Low-traffic location, Presentation. A Custom scheme lets you change in-dividual connection parameters (careful - advanced users only!)Connection time-out - maximum connection time. If too low, your customers may not be able to answer content upload request; if too high, thehotspot may be not able to serve all the customers at once.Connection retries - maximum number of connection retries in one session. Please note this applies to physical connection rejections, whichcan be not only a result of customer’s decision to reject content, but also can include situations like: customer went out of the range, customerdid not notice the request (timed-out), physical interruption of connection. We advise to use at least 3-5 connection retries.Next retry after - the amount of time until next connection retry, in case number of connection retries limit was reached. E.g. if connectionretries is set to 3 and next retry after is set to 60 minutes - the hotspot will try to connect the handset 3 times, then wait 60 minutes, then againit will try connecting the handset.Resend after - the amount of time the same content should be resent. May be set to ‘never’.Broadcasting radius - default is the maximum distance (100 metres) at which phones will be reached, but you can decrease it if you need to.This setting may be useful if your campaign focuses only on people in the close range of the hotspot. In very crowded places, lower range setting(e.g. 20 meters) may increase campaign effectiveness by ensuring people attracted by visual encouragement, e.g. ‘turn on bluetooth’ will get thecontent very quick. www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 9
  10. 10. 5. Display / edit content information5.1. Contents listTo display your contents list, just click the CONTENT button in the top menu:Sortable contents list shows your content: file type, name, number of sent files and last connectiondate.content types audio video image application PDF HTML text other5.2. Content’s information pageTo view a particular content’s information page, just click its name in the contents list.10 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  11. 11. A content’s information page shows a list of linked files in various handset groups. From here you candownload each file, visit information pages of handset groups or choose to edit this content group.5.3. Adding new contentOn the Contents list page (see 5.1.) click the button new content.New content page consists of a required name field (for your reference) and additional tabs:upload content (default) - lets you upload files from your computer and define groups of handsetson which these files are viewable.image content wizard - lets you create content graphics on the fly, within your browser.lottery wizard - lets you define any number of “winning content” which is limited (it is sent tousers only the given number of times). Alongside, you can define other unlimited content. www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 11
  12. 12. 5.3.1. Upload contentUsually, “new content” would be a group of different files targeted at various phone models (e.g. cor-rectly sized images for many phone screen resolutions or different versions of Flash Lite files, etc.)To upload a file from your computer, click the browse button, select it and then hit upload file.After you your file is uploaded, its name will be shown on the list, as well as its size, filter(s) for target-ing handsets, number of handsets matched through that filter(s). Also, one of your uploaded files willhave to be marked as “Default content” - that file will be sent to all the handsets whose parametersweren’t recognized but who accepted it. Alternatively you can check “ignore non matched handsets”option below the list.Typically a file that is uploaded will be targeted at all available handsets by default. However, whenuploading images, a convenient feature of bluBase will help and speed up the targeting process: filesthat have resolution value in their names will be automatically targeted at handsets with that screenresolution, e.g. a file name “promotion-128x160.png” will be automatically targeted at phones withthat resolution.If you wish to manually edit the handsets on which a file is viewable, you have to edit the targethandsets. 12 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  13. 13. With the use of filter (or filter set) you can precisely specify which handsets will be receiving particu-lar files. You can narrow targeted handsets by Vendor, Model, Resolution, Java Platform, Bluetooth JavaAPI, Flash Lite version, Video Format Support, Image Format Support and Sound Format Support.Select from available values in the left window and click the right arrow button. You can removealready selected values the other way round (select in the right window and click the left arrow button). - add another filter (you can add as many as you wish). - remove the last added filter.After you finish defining target phones, hit apply. www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 13
  14. 14. 5.3.2. Image content wizardImage content wizard lets you create graphics for your campaigns without leaving the browser.All you have to do is to choose a background, add text, image and use one of the available layouts.bluBase will generate images for all handset screen resolutions.1. Set background by choosing an image file on you computeror by choosing a color in the color picker window ( ).2. Add text if you wish - specify font, color and font style.3. Add picture / logo - browse to an image file on yourcomputer. A good practice is to have transparent backgroundin your image, as it will display nicely on different background4. Select layout - place text above, below or over the picture.color.You may wish to show only the text or only the picture.5. Before you generate and save your images, hit preview toestimate the results.6. Hit generate & save and wait - generating images maytake a while.14 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  15. 15. After the image generation process finishes, you will be redirected to your new content’s informationpage. The list shows generated file list: names, assigned handset group and image previews. www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 15
  16. 16. image content wizard in use: background and logo images + text5.3.3. Contest wizardContest wizard deals with already uploaded / generated content. It lets you define “winning” content,which is limited (only a given number of users can receive it). Alongside, you will define other unlim-ited content for the rest of handsets users.Creating a mobile contest is easy. Just select a content item from drop down list and decide whether itis unlimited (leave check box selected) or limited (deselect the check box and provide a number).Hit the “+” button to add another content item.You can add as many different limited and unlimited content items, as you wish.When finished, hit save. 16 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  17. 17. 5.4. Editing contentBasically, the procedure when editing your content files is the same as in Chapter 5.3.1 (Uploading files).On the contents list page, choose a content item you want to edit.Next, on the content’s information page hit edit.Now the list of your files is editable. You can change the name of your content set, as well as removespecific files or upload new ones.Obviously, you can edit targeted handset groups as well (refer to Chapter 5.3.1 for detailed instructions). www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 17
  18. 18. 6. Display / edit campaign information6.1. Summary page of all available Bluetooth campaignsTo display your campaign list, just click the CAMPAIGNS button in the top menu:Sortable campaign list shows: campaign name, status, number of sent files and last connection date.Below the list you will find a standard statistics pane, regarding all your campaigns.18 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  19. 19. 6.2. Campaign’s information pageTo view a particular campaign’s information page, just click its name in the campaign list.A campaign’s information page shows a list of associated content items and hotspots, as well as a stan-dard statistics pane regarding the selected campaign. Here you can also decide to edit the campaign,or offline update your bluAir unit with the campaign’s settings file (refer to Chapter 4.2). www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 19
  20. 20. 6.3. Adding new Bluetooth campaignOn the campaigns summary page, click the button new campaign.You will be redirected to a new campaign form. Provide a name, and a description if you need.Next, use arrows to select hotspots that will broadcast this campaign.Then start adding previously uploaded or generated content sets, by hitting the “+” button.Select a desired content item from the drop down list and decide about its schedule (broadcastingtime period and interval). Add as many different content items as you wish.When finished, hit save. 20 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  21. 21. 6.4. Editing campaignOn a selected campaign’s information page, hit edit.You will be redirected to this campaign’s edit form. You can change its name, description, hotspots as-signment and content items (refer to Chapter 6.3 - Adding new Bluetooth campaign).Then start adding previously uploaded or generated content sets, by hitting the “+” button.When finished, hit save. www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 21
  22. 22. 7. Handset informationbluBase has a constantly growing database of handsets and information about their parameters.You may wish to check some phones’ technical properties when planning a mobile campaign.To view a handsets information page, just click the HANDSETS button in the top menu.By default handsets page displays first 20 handsets sorted by popularity, but you can filter the list byhandset vendor, resolution or Java support.To view a particular handset’s parameters, just click the model link. 22 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  23. 23. 8. bluAir desktop unitIn the box you will find: • bluAir desktop unit • power cord • manual • WiFi antenna (optional) • HSDPA modem (optional)8.1. Back of the unit WiFi antenna socket (optional) USB (modem/pendrive/mouse/keyboard) LAN socket (ethernet cable) screen output PS2 socket (mouse) power supply (power cord) power switch www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 23
  24. 24. 8.2. Broadcasting filesTo start broadcasting files simply connect the desktop to power supply. After a couple of minutesthere will be a short beep sound and the transmission will begin. There is a bluAir advertising con-tent sent by default. To change content use bluBase application (Chapter 5.3) or offline management(Chapter 4.2).8.3. bluAir configuratorIn the bluAir configurator you have access to many important options. If the desktop works withoutproblems, there is no need to use the configurator. Almost all its settings can be changed in bluBase.To work with the bluAir configurator you have to: • plug the keyboard to the bluAir desktop (via USB or PS2), • plug the monitor to the bluAir desktop.When bluAir desktop is running (approx. 3 minutes after power on) you will see an input box on thescreen. To enter configurator please provide the password. During booting up you may see warnings.They may be safely ignored. To clear the screen press CTRL+L. 24 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  25. 25. The configuration password is bluair2008.When you are successfully logged in, you will see main menu on your screen. www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 25
  26. 26. 8.4. bluAir (bluAir settings) — same as broadcasting name in bluBase. This name is displayed on the screen of the mobile, when the customer gets the message. hostname — choose this option if you want the unit to connect to bluBase via the Internet and synchronize all data. update start — starts the bluAir application. stop — stops the bluAir application. restart — restarts the bluAir application.26 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  27. 27. 8.5. Connecting bluAir to the InternetDepending on the version of bluAir hotspot you have purchased, there are several methods of con-necting the hotspot to the Internet: via Ethernet Cable: plug the ethernet cable to the hotspot BEFORE you start it – if your local network is configured to provide configuration automatically (automatic DHCP), bluAir hotspot 1will retrieve all the configuration information and will attempt to connectto the Internet automatically. If your local network is configured manu-ally, you will need to enter bluAir configurator (Chapter 8.3) and proceedas described in Configuring Network Settings section (Chapter 8.7). via Wireless Connection (requires WiFi module): enter bluAir 2 configurator (Chapter 8.3) and configure your Wireless LAN Settings (Chapter 8.9). via GPRS Connection (requires GPRS module): enter bluAir configura- tor (Chapter 8.3) and configure your GPRS Connection (Chapter 8.10). 3 www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 27
  28. 28. 8.6. System (system settings)In the System settings you can set your local time and date. 1 From the main menu choose System (system settings). 2 Set your time & date. 3 Reboot the unit.notes If the unit is connected to the Internet, it will always download the time & date settings from bluBase. Be sure that after manually setting time & date the unit will not connect to bluBase, as your settings will be overridden.1 28 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
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  30. 30. 8.7. Configuring Network SettingsBy default, bluAir hotspot is configured to automatically connect to the Internet via Ethernet cable. Incase you want to use Ethernet static configuration, Wireless Network or GPRS network, you need torun bluAir configurator (Chapter 8.3).8.8. LAN network settings Dynamic IP address from DHCP server (default configuration) 1 Choose Network (Internet settings) from configurator’s main menu 2 Next choose Change your LAN settings option 3 Choose Set dynamic IP address Static IP address (static configuration)Proceed with steps 1-2 from above.(Main menu > Network (Internet settings) > Change you LAN settings)Choose Set static IP address.In the next steps you will be asked for: - static IP address for bluAir (e.g. 192.168.0.150), - network mask (e.g. 255.255.255.0), - default network gateway (e.g. 192.168.0.1) DNSIn Network (Internet settings) you can manually edit IP for DNS servers. 30 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  31. 31. 123notes If you are not sure what settings should be used, please contact your network administrator or Internet provider for details. When connecting the desktop to the router, first check the router settings (you should find all instructions in the router manual). www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 31
  32. 32. 8.9. Wireless LAN settingsbluAir Wireless LAN supports the following authorization methods: WPA-PSK WPA2-PSK Shared-key with WEPTo configure WiFi network please follow the steps described below: 1 Choose Network (Internet settings) from the configurator’s main menu (Chapter 8.3) 2 Next choose WiFi (Change your wireless settings) 3 In two steps you will be asked for: - your wireless network SSID (the name of the network, e.g. ‚my_wifi‘) - wireless network password (either ASCII or a hexadecimal password for accessing the network) 4 When you provide these settings you will be asked to reboot the unit.notes If you are not sure what settings should be used, please contact your network administrator or internet provider for details. When connecting the desktop to the router, first check the router settings (you should find all instructions in the router manual). Watch out for misspellings in the SSID and password. Settings will be effective only after you reboot your bluAir hotspot. 32 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
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  34. 34. 8.10. GPRS connectionIn order to start configuration you will need the following information from your GSM provider(SIM card supplier): - PIN number for your SIM card (e.g. 1234), - APN (Access Point Name) for connecting to the Internet (e.g. 3ireland.ie), - User name (e.g. user), - Password (e.g. user), - Phone number (e.g. *99#).To configure network over HSDPA/GPRS modem please follow these steps : 1 Choose Network (Internet settings) from configurator’s main menu. 2 Next choose Gprs (Change your GPRS modem settings) option 3 Next choose Set (Connection settings) 4 If your GSM provider is not on the list, please choose Custom On the next screen provide user name, password, APN and phone number (you should get that information from your GSM provider) 5 Finally choose Pon (Connect HSDPA/GPRS modem) and provide a PIN number for your SIM card and choose OK. 6notes If you are not sure what settings should be used, please contact your GSM provider. Watch out for misspellings in the user name and password. In case of problems with a modem, see the modem manual included. 34 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
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  37. 37. Final window Modem monitorModem monitor provides simple, but very important function – after turning it on, the modem(and connection) will be always restarted, if something goes wrong. www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 37
  38. 38. 8.11. Troubleshooting guideThe unit is not broadcasting files. Is the unit connected properly to a power supply? Have you turned on Bluetooth in your mobile (and set profile to public/visible)? Have you checked the campaign definition? (see bluBase manual) Have you checked the hotspot settings? Have you tried rebooting the unit?The unit can not connect to the Internet (via LAN). Have you checked the cables? Have you checked your LAN settings? Have you tried changing dynamic configuration to static one? (page 4) Do you use confirmed static settings? Have you checked router settings?The unit can not connect to the Internet (via WiFi). Do you use WiFi antenna? Do you use confirmed WiFi settings? Have you checked router settings?The unit can not connect to the Internet (via GPRS). Is the modem connected properly? Do you use confirmed SIM settings (from your GSM provider)? Have you tried to reboot the unit? Have you checked the modem with other device? 38 bluAir user guide www.bluair.pl
  39. 39. Technical serviceIf you need help with your device, please contact us:support@bluair.pl+4822 690 68 05Javatech LLCWidok 8, 00-023 Warsaw, Polandhttp://www.bluair.pl/http://www.javatech.eu/ www.bluair.pl bluAir user guide 39

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