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3G UMTS device as Modem for Desktop PC Wmodem

3G UMTS device as Internet for Desktop PC

How to make your GPRS or UMTS Windows Mobile Device or Pocket PC act as a wireless modem to connect to the internet throught your Desktop PC

Most UMTS/GPRS Pocket PC's have a software ( WModem) which lets your device act like a Wireless Modem

But how to run this

Once you run this software your computer will detect it and install it as a modem

You can connect between your Pocket PC and Desktop with a USB port, Bluetooh or Infrared

Now set up dial up connection using this new modem(ur device)

what after that???

GPRS and UMTS device need a special no. to connect


is the usual dial up no.

depending upon ur service provider you will be asked to choose a username and pass before completing the dial up connection setup / oderwise u can leave it blank

once done use your device to connect to d net

these devices need access points (in the POCKET PC Configuration)

which u can get from your service provide


3G : telstra.wap

GPRS : telstra.gprs

CDMA device as Wireless Modem to be used on the Desktop

Same as 3G

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