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Using HTC mobile as modem and dial thro' bluetooth

Is there any software available to use HTC mobile as modem with Laptop?

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get active sync 4.5
6 is avaliable but i use 4.5

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1-u need some settings in ur h/s from u r service provider

2-than u have to instole motorola phone tools in your laptop

3-than u got the option of u r hander in your laptop,select the modem of u r h/s, make dial up conn.., than dial

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if u r having in build bluetooth in your laptop , activate ur BT in your laptop and mobile pair u r device than dial

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Hi..


1-First u need internet settings in your h/s

2-than u have to instole cable (motorola phone tools)drivers in your laptop

3-than u have to select modem of your h/s in laptop, in control pannel-phone&modem-select modem of h/s

4-than make the dial up conn. give the dialing no.,than dial

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If u r having in build bluetooth in laptop,than activate bluetooth in laptop and in h/s,than pair u r device than give dialing no.., than dial

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