Question about Computers & Internet
It depends on the phone: Motorola phones generally can use a software tool (Motorola Phone Tools) or can directly connect via USB or Bluetooth. The iPhone requires jailbreaking, and can connect via an application over wifi, Bluetooth, or the usb-based cable. I am not as familiar with HTC or Blackberry phones, however I have heard the android phones may require an application or natively support, blackberry uses bluetooth or usb... Then there are the Verizon phones which can act as a mobile WiFi hotspot. It all depends.
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