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Phone to laptop away from modem

Want to use my phone as link to my laptop,when I am away from my home modem.

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First of all you need to conect between you phone and you Laptop, you can do it either by cable or by blutooth,
now once they are connected you need to define your phone as your modem in your laptop.

If you could give more details as which laptop you use and which phone the explantion will be esier

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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