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    I can get Internet access on my laptop via Treo, but can I get Internet access on my Treo via my laptop?

    I see it can be done via Bluetooth according to this post: http://forum.treonauts.com/palm-smar...ther-700p.html but gives no details. Has anyone done it?
    Last edited by AlpineMan; 11/27/2007 at 09:56 AM.
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    Nevermind...I found a free solution here: http://www.palminfocenter.com/news/8...th-windows-xp/
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    For OSX users can try Missing Sync for Palm, it includes the "internet" router client.

    but it does not work with Google IMAP mail. port NAT problems with SSL I guess?
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    I couldn't get Articulation to work using m-Router. Am using Softick PPP now and reverse BT dun works flawlessly now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlpineMan View Post
    I can get Internet access on my laptop via Treo, but can I get Internet access on my Treo via my laptop?

    I see it can be done via Bluetooth according to this post: http://forum.treonauts.com/palm-smar...ther-700p.html but gives no details. Has anyone done it?
    How do you do this? I have been trying to get online on my laptop using the Bluetooth but can't seem to do so. Are you using Bluetooth to do this? Or through the phone as modem option? If using Bluetooth, please explain steps..thanks.
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    If you want to use USB cable (a lot faster than Bluetooth), have a look here: http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...d.php?t=115986

    If you want to use Bluetooth (you do not need the hack, but you do need the Sprint Connection Manager app installed in your PC/laptop), make sure that you have the latest Bluetooth drivers installed on your PC/laptop. My BT stack is based on Broadcom's Widcomm. This will get you the latest drivers and all the profiles you'll need for BT if you have a Broadcom/Widcomm: http://www.broadcom.com/products/bluetooth_update.php. Once you've got drivers installed, pair your Treo with your PC/laptop. You will then need to create an Outgoing BT serial port on your PC/laptop. Once you do this, create a DUN connection via modem for connectivity using the BT serial port you created.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlpineMan View Post
    If you want to use USB cable (a lot faster than Bluetooth), have a look here: http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...d.php?t=115986

    If you want to use Bluetooth (you do not need the hack, but you do need the Sprint Connection Manager app installed in your PC/laptop), make sure that you have the latest Bluetooth drivers installed on your PC/laptop. My BT stack is based on Broadcom's Widcomm. This will get you the latest drivers and all the profiles you'll need for BT if you have a Broadcom/Widcomm: http://www.broadcom.com/products/bluetooth_update.php. Once you've got drivers installed, pair your Treo with your PC/laptop. You will then need to create an Outgoing BT serial port on your PC/laptop. Once you do this, create a DUN connection via modem for connectivity using the BT serial port you created.
    First and formost....thank you for your info. Its appreciated.
    I have already paired my 700p to my laptop so I think the latest Bluetooth drivers are there. So I think that part is done. I do not have the Sprint Connection Manger Installed on the laptop though so I will download that.. So, you are saying I need to put this on the laptop. Ok, after I do this you say I need to create an Outgoing BT serial port on your PC/laptop. How do I do that? One thing I noticed, when I go to download the aoftware...it does not show that its compatible for Treo 700p only Treo WX. If you look here http://www4.sprint.com/pcsbusiness/s...ds/details.jsp Thanks
    Last edited by bronzegriot; 12/05/2007 at 03:04 PM.

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