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How to: Use Your Smartphone as a Bluetooth Modem for Your Laptop
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/26/2005 07:11:00 PM.

How to: Use Your Smartphone as a Bluetooth Modem for Your Laptop.
By Kris Kumar

Smartphones, in spite of their small form factor, pack in a lot of power and functionality. And combine that with the unlimited Internet data plans that are now available from most carriers, you get a powerful mobile device that lets you check email and surf the Net. Sometimes you may run into the limitations of the small screen and the lack of keyboard/thumb-board. That's when the Bluetooth functionality and a laptop can come in handy. So the next time you're on vacation or on a business trip and want to reply to your emails, you can connect your laptop to the Internet using your Smartphone as the modem.

The following How-To article takes you through the steps required to connect your Smartphone and laptop using Bluetooth, so that the laptop can access the Internet using the Smartphone's data plan.

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1 Comments:

  • i've been trying the infrared thing in my cell phone on the ufone gprs network, and even though it connects but i never get to open any page or even ping the assigned dns :'(

    By Blogger digitalsurgeon, at 1/27/2005 01:10:00 AM  

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