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I just want to connect to the net when I hook up my USB. HOW DO I? Or can I?

I want to be able to browse the web when I hook up to my or another usb. Is this possible?

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    Thanks alot for the help

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I've done this with my Ipaq, but haven't tried it with my Toshi yet.
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