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Here's what I am trying to do...

Access the internet via 3G and bluetooth...I have the HTC TyTN and HTC MTeoR, but only 1 sim card...I would like to get the TyTN connected to the MTeoR via bluetooth and then access the net through that connection...

I have paired the two, but don't know how to proceed! I am on O2...

Ideas???

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bump....

help!!!

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Somebody else posted a similar question a while back,

If I remember correctly it wasn't possible

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bother...wonder why...

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Here's what I am trying to do...

Access the internet via 3G and bluetooth...I have the HTC TyTN and HTC MTeoR, but only 1 sim card...I would like to get the TyTN connected to the MTeoR via bluetooth and then access the net through that connection...

I have paired the two, but don't know how to proceed! I am on O2...

Ideas???

Thanks
Nick


Should work OK. I just managed to set up a MTeoR as a BT modem for an HTC P3300...

Will try with a TyTN later on if i get an opportunity.

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uh...could you tell me how you did this...some details would be helpful...

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uh...could you tell me how you did this...some details would be helpful...

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Pair devices as normal

On the PDA -

Start
Settings
Connections Tab
Connectios Icon
Add a New Modem Connection -

Give the connection a name
Select a Modem - Bluetooth

Select the MTeoR
Next

*99#
Next

Username - Network Dependant
Password - Network Dependant
Domain - blank

Advanced

Uncheck Wait for dial tone before dialing

Extra dial-string - +cgdcont=1,"IP","APN" (where APN is most probs mobile.o2.co.uk)

Tap on OK
Tap on Finish

Done!

Manage Connections, tap an hold on the connection name and Connect!

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YAY!!! Working!!!

Thanks and Happy Holidays!!!

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