Mac Drivers for tethering an i930 phone to a macbook pro
I'm trying to tether my motorola i930 phone to my macbook pro but i can't seem to find the drivers anywhere. It told me to use apple talk to communicate with my sync'd phone, but I don't have apple talk on my mac either, unless with the new mac it is under a different name. Could somebody please help me if its at all possible, My email is email@example.com or my cell number is 814-525-6997 thank you so very much.
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Try turning on printer sharing on the system pref app. Launch the system preferences in the dock, and click on sharing. Then enable printer sharing on the main computer... then on your macbook as you choose your printer (from the print command within an application). in the pull down menu choose the printers in the SHARED area of the menu... it should help get you there. K
You shouldn't need a driver as long as the Mac video system resolution can be matched by the Dell projector. Considering you are using a Mac Pro I don't think this will be an issue. Have you tried it and it didn't work?
The phone connection would need to go through the blue tooth regardless of if you're using the phone connection or not. Check to see that you have bluetooth turned on and setup first. Then you'll need to use that to create the settings for using the phone as a modem. However, if you are using Windows on your Mac, you will need to make sure that your computer has the drivers installed to be able to both connect to the Internet and to connect to your phone. Once that is set up, you still need to go through the steps to use bluetooth to connect your phone to your computer, establishing a connection. There are quite a few articles about creating connections through your phone as a modem. http://mobileoffice.about.com/od/typesofaccessavailable/ht/bluetoothphone.htm http://www.theinternetpatrol.com/how-to-connect-your-computer-to-the-internet-using-your-cell-phone-as-a-wireless-internet-connection-or-tethered-modem