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Topic # 5533 5-Nov-2005 20:16
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Im having trouble connecting my phone to the computer to use the interent on it.
I have gone through all the read mes on here, and installed the progs

But iam getting no were, i can send/recive files with my fone and BT with the windows xp bluetooth thing.

Ut when i installed nokia suite and set it up, it detects my phone, but it never connects, it just sits there and does nothing?
also can you give me ay links to BT software for my computer as the xp one sucks?

if any one could kinda give me a step yt step on getting this working, would be great!

thanks heaps.

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Reply # 22685 5-Nov-2005 22:16
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Hello astro_boy... Do you want to use the Internet available on your computer, from your phone (Internet > Computer > Phone)? Or do you want to connect your computer to the Internet through your phone (Computer > Phone > Internet)?

Also, the Bluetooth hardware you have should have come with its own software. You should use this one, or the Windows software, since other Bluetooth software may not work with this hardware at all.








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  Reply # 22692 5-Nov-2005 22:57
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Internet > Computer > Phone

I would like to browse the net on my ngage.

the program that came with my bluetooth device is a peice of junk.
thats why iam using the microsaft one now.

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Reply # 22695 5-Nov-2005 23:36
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You should only need to have a serial connection, which the Microsoft Bluetooth software provides. However, the NGAGE will need the access through mrouter, which I am pretty sure does no provide this anymore - used to in older version, but this has been changed.







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  Reply # 22696 6-Nov-2005 02:22
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do you think i could find a copy of the old one?

maybe thast why i couldnt get mrouter working with it? :-/

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Reply # 22697 6-Nov-2005 09:16
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I don't know if the old one would work with newer devices. The mrouter and Symbian devices are fiddly to work with - in the Bluetooth case you have to connect from the device to alert the PC you want to connect. The PC will disconnect and initiate its own connection back to the device.

Have you tried initiating the connection from your NGAGE?






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  Reply # 24207 4-Dec-2005 08:53
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hi folks
i wana connect Internet to my pc using my Phones (SGH-D500)GPRS via BT
any help
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Reply # 24210 4-Dec-2005 09:44
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afzaal: i wana connect Internet to my pc using my Phones (SGH-D500)GPRS via BT
Welcome to Geekzone. Please look Bluetooth mobile as a GPRS modem for laptop and desktop - fast configuration.

Any questions please create a new thread - this is not related to the original post in this thread.





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