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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gibbo, Jul 29, 2009.

  1. gibbo

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    Are you able to use the G2 as a modem to connect your PC to the net ?

    I haven't been able to find anything about that yet (but will try tomorrow when I get the phone). The sales ajent I spoke to yesterday did mention that unlike the G1 the G2 could be used to connect your PC to the net :thinking:
     

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    Here is the link for the PDANET >>>> PdaNet -- Use your Android as a USB Modem
     
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    Thanks, ill give it a try.
     
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    hi all, first time reply (great forum by the way!) ..just got my g2 touch first andriod phone.
    I tried the download pdanet but as soon the the program trys to stall on to the phone nothing happens, something i'm doing wrong maybe?

    Dento
     
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    There is nothing to download from anywhere.
    Just follow description in manual delivered (by T-Mobile) describing how to use the phone as modem for your Windows(?) computer.
    BR
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