Question about Cell Phones
First, plug the phone into your computer using an USB data cable. Windows knows you just plugged in something new and wants to know what it is, so the Add New Hardware wizard appears, it wants drivers if you don't have em, Google up the drivers. Next you'll need connection software provided by your carrier. If you don't have connection software or you're on a Mac (and the
software isn't available for you), simply enter the phone number for
your mobile phone's network in the modem's dial up properties. check with your provider for your details if you've got a data plan.
Alternately, you can dial into an AOL or NetZero or Earthlink account as well for regular old 56k dialup speeds.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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