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Internet connection sharing to laptop!

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  1. renegadeandy

    renegadeandy Member

    Hey guys.

    I own an HTC Magic and am about to go travelling around my country.

    I have the 3g connection on the magic and want to know if I can share it somehow to my laptop using a wireless network or the usb data cable. I would love to be able to surf the net on my laptop using the phone as the modem!

    Does anybody know if this is possible - what apps I need and how to do it!

    Thanks very much,


  2. Swizz

    Swizz Well-Known Member

  3. renegadeandy

    renegadeandy Member

    hmm, is there no free alternative!
  4. Swizz

    Swizz Well-Known Member

    Not until you've rooted the phone.
  5. renegadeandy

    renegadeandy Member

    ok, so how would i do that - and what kind of benefits - pitfals does this bring?
  6. Swizz

    Swizz Well-Known Member

  7. Edwood

    Edwood New Member

    Reall helpful that-Google.Thought thats what forums were for.
  8. justjimjpc

    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member

    Try a TAG Search of this site for "root" or "rooting" you will find all kinds or info, guides, and discussions ...
  9. justjimjpc

    justjimjpc Premium Member VIP Member

    The forums are here for people to share info and one of those ways of sharing is for people to search the forums for info prior to posting yet the same umpzillionth request for the same thing ...

    A little self help and using Search on the site and also using a TAG search would yield large amounts of info, guides, and discussions ...

    Googling this site would yield more than you would probably want to siff through ... but is an option ! :cool:
  10. kokiangel

    kokiangel Well-Known Member

    PDAnet is free. No rooting necessary. Find it on the Market.
  11. gotdmw

    gotdmw Well-Known Member

    this is bad ass im making this post connected to pdanet...i dont what u would want the payed version for, what morewould u do then http?

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