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Topic # 5700 19-Nov-2005 02:57
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Hi,

I know that it is possible to access Internet on PC through GPRS on mobile. But I wanted to know if it is possible to do it the other way round. I have Internet connection on my PC. I have a bluetooth dongle with which I can communicate between my PC and mobile (to transfer files, sync phone book etc.).

Can the mobile be feeded with some connection info, or is there any software available which will enable to use the Internet on my PC to be used on my mobile.

Eargerly awaiting for response!

Thanks!
Venkat

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Reply # 23525 19-Nov-2005 09:36
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It dependes on the most important factor that you left behind: what is the phone model you are using. People here don't have a crystal ball.

Windows Mobile Smartphone will connect to the Internet via ActiveSync over Bluetooth. Older Symbian phones would do it through mRouter, but this ability was removed.





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