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General PDANET and DINC2

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by stayup, Jul 31, 2011.

  1. stayup

    stayup New Member
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    I've just rec'd the Droid Incredible 2 and am wondering if PDANET will work? I have an unlimited plan with Verizon and wonder if there are any repercussions should I find a need to use it? Thanks.

    I've never done this before and was'nt sure if the should be a post or thread. Please advice
     

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  2. TheAtheistReverend

    TheAtheistReverend Anybody want a peanut?
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    Yes it works wonderfully.
     
  3. grvthang

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    Just wondering: I see that there's a feature called "Mobile Broadband Connect" when I connect my DInc2 to my pc. If I can use this to use my phone's 3g service for my computer (which I'm assuming is its purpose), what would you need pdanet for?
     
  4. dcfan99

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    There is a fee for Mobile Broadband Connect.
     
  5. grvthang

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    How does that work? Do they charge by the hour or is it on a monthly basis? I used to use Easy Tether on my Eris; is pdanet free now?
     
  6. dcfan99

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    You have to pay for the mobile wifi hotspot to have access to the tether. It charges against your 2 GB allowance in data for the hotspot. PDANet is free, but the paid version will give you access to secure sites (https:://)
     
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