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Acquire the appropiate USB cable to connect between the phone and computer. Once this is achived, the computer should respond to the new infrustructure setup either requesting further responses from the user or simply nothing is display soon after cable connection between devices. However, surf the internet at the phone manufacturers website to acquire the softwares that compliment the synchronisation process. Once downloading the software onto the computer, the program should provide the steps of phone restoration amongs several features of functionalities. Refer to the phones user guide on compartibility requirements since some computer systems simple are not compartible for depending on modernisation reasons or update required to be performed on the computer instead.
first you need microsoft active sync on your computer, this is for the drivers, then select wireless modem from program menu, option will be usb or bluetooth, select usb now connect phone to computer, it will show htc generic modem found , if driver is not installed it will be in c/program files/active sync.
now next create a dial up connection dialup no is *99# usually and connect. reply for any feed back
On the HTC S710. Connect phone to PC with USB cable close active sync and on the phone go to start>internet sharing. Celect USB and GPRS. Press connect and open your browzer on PC. In your device manager in XP you will see it as a network device.