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Using Wing for internet through macbook pro?

Paired devices and both see each other. When trying to connect macbook pro to the phones network and error pops up. Bluetooth Network Failed. Failed to open a connection to the network service. Your device may have reached its maximum number of supported network connections. Any help would greatly appreciated. It worked about a week ago before my hard drive failed. I sent laptop back to apple and they installed a new hard drive. All my original info was wiped clean. I was not able to back up my hard drive. Shame on me. I lost thousands of pictures and hundreds of songs. Just don't know what I'm doing wrong. Please help....

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Re: Using Wing for internet through macbook pro?

You can connect and synchronize your device with the pc using bluetooth. ON your device tap
1)Start-Program-Active Sync
2) Make sure that Bluetooth on both your device & the computer are turned on and set to visible mode.


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