PC to Phone Internet. Is it Possible?

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_VikkY

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Post #212 October 2011, 03:09
Its possiable try it

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coldlmx

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Post #2214 October 2011, 19:35
Its possible with a cabele not bluett well u need some stuff to get it going with bltt but its a pain¤!

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Hindusthani

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Post #235 November 2011, 07:10

Quote of user: LlerujurelL

Using our mobile phone as a modem for pc is very common today but what if vice versa. Is it possible to give mobile phone an internet access(GPRS, 3G, etc.) from the computer, especially via bluetooth? I already saw a guide for Sony Ericsson P990i on how to do it but I'm using a Nokia phone.


posible

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Post #2413 March 2012, 14:55
Yes it is possible

Steps :

1. Phone installation :

Download Hiisi Suite Client for mobile.
Copy both files to your Phone memory or Memory card
Both files should reside in the same directory
Then use your phone?s file manager to locate and run hiisi.jad file
When prompted for installation install in the memory where the files are stored . i.e., phone memory or memory card
Now a new application will appear as ?Hiisi Proxy?.
Now we have successfully set up the client on phone.



2. PC installation :

Download Hiisi Suite Client for PC.
Extract the files.
Right click ?Pihatonttu? and click edit.
You?ll find the following code
start javaw -Djava.library.path=. -cp .\lib\comm.jar;.\lib\jdic.jar;.\class Pihatonttu.PihatonttuMain COM15 null

Now edit the COM port number to correct value and open Pihatonttu. (Please view step 5 to see a guide on finding your COM port number)
You?ll get the following window. Minimize it.
Now we have successfully set up the proxy server on PC.

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Post #2514 May 2012, 06:55
Think itz not possible....

_ZacK_

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Post #2629 June 2012, 01:06
I think its not possible now...but no idea abt future.

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MGRomy

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Post #2729 June 2012, 02:37
Never heard that...

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Quitter

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Post #2829 June 2012, 07:09
Tethering and reverse tethering is completely possible as long as the phone supports it.

If I wanted to I could use my phone's data connection to get my laptop online from anywhere and vice versa (not that I ever really need to do that because it has wifi). It does make me wonder what the speed difference would be though.

I <3 my android

Albert_walcott

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Post #2929 June 2012, 07:55
I think its not possible

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abhiknot

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Post #3029 June 2012, 08:05
Never heard of it but I am sure you'll get many ways for it if you search on search engines

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