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Topic # 4518 29-Jul-2005 03:49
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I've got a Nokia 6600 and I've read at http://www.dotdoh.com/btshare.html that you could share the internet connection via bluetooth with your PC.

Anyone made it work successfully? I wanna kiss my GPRS connection bill goodbye

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Reply # 17226 29-Jul-2005 08:47
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This can be done, and used to work with older mRouter versions (the one with Nokia 3650, Sony Ericsson P800). Since then Nokia has changed the mRouter, but it is still possible with some tweak.

Perhaps you should ask that site about their directions, since they say it work with any Symbian device?






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Reply # 18841 22-Aug-2005 05:29
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You need to install a little program called gnubox
have a look at the following links:

http://xan.dnsalias.org/gnubox/#faqnokia
http://www.cs.helsinki.fi/u/mraento/symbian/bt-ap.html

there does not seem to be a solution (yet) for the more recent phones based on Symbian 8.0 (6630, 6680,...)

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