My new Verizon XV6900 was delivered Friday by FEDEX, and I immediately transferred my stuff over from the old reliable (original, 2-year-old, firmware-flashed-three-times) MotoQ.
Verizon delivers the new XV6900 (Touch) with VZAccess Manager; this program disables Windows Wireless Zero configuration if you let it manage all connections.
If you've set up another phone as a BlueTooth modem to work w/your laptop you can do so with this phone as well, but you need to install something Verizon left out... the Dial-Up Networking (DUN) driver.
When you pair this phone with your laptop, WM 6 in this phone supports ActiveSync by BlueTooth, but not Dial-Up Networking. The only services the laptop finds (or the phone) besides PAN & ActiveSync are headset and Stereo... no DUN.
Just Google up WM6_DUN.zip; it's the Windows Mobile 6 DUN driver... if you unzip and install the .cab file in the phone and run it from File Explorer, then pair to the laptop you'll now find that DUN is a service,and you can set up a network connection and ditch that stupid VZAccess Mangler.
By setting up a standard Network Connection you can also bypass having to use the funky Modem Link feature.
Other than you need sunglasses to keep from being blinded by a WHITE case, it's a pretty cool phone so far... and NO, there's no built-in GPS we've been able to find.
Ok - I will remember to not talk plans in the future but if the solution to getting DUN working with this phone requires a certain plan, I need to understand this. I am pretty pissed off that I paid - shhhh don't say this...44.95 for a #$#@$@ data plan that I can't connect my phone with to do bluetooth DUN! Looks like another $15 (shhhh..don't say it out loud) for getting this "all-you-can-eat" data plan rangemaster mentions. Oh well, see what the friendly inept VZW rep. tells me over the phone...