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Topic # 5329 19-Oct-2005 22:48
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Dear Geek friends

I would navigate with my A1000 in Internet using my FLAT ADSL HOME CONNECTION over bluetooth.

For first I have installed mrouter 3.1 but it view my A1000 only when use USB and not when I use bluetooth connection.

So I have try another way.....

On my ADSL account and have checked ICS and have enabled A1000 bluetooth connection to use it.

After I have open my Account Option on my A1000 for create new account, but it have only two type: GPRS and Dial UP...........

Who help me?

A1000 Browser is Opera

My Windows is XP

My bluetooth is Bluesoleil

Thanks dear friends

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BDFL - Memuneh
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Reply # 21765 19-Oct-2005 23:41
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Ciao, and welcome to Geekzone...

I think you are out of luck: you can only use the Symbian devices through mRouter - and it seems that only the old ones will access the Internet through mRouter without some modifications in your network.

I recommend you use Google to find these modification, but I don't recommend doint it - it may not work or it may even break your Internet access.

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Reply # 21770 20-Oct-2005 06:48
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Please can you explane me better

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Reply # 21776 20-Oct-2005 08:30
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It can not be done with newer Symbian and mRouter versions. It used to work easily with older models.

To do it you have to change some network configurations on your mRouter software and your computer. This can bring your whole network system down on your PC.

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