How Do I Connect To Internet Using GPRS Mobile Phone?

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  1. ngureco profile image78
    ngurecoposted 14 years ago

    How Do I Connect To Internet Using GPRS Mobile Phone?

  2. world of the wise profile image66
    world of the wiseposted 14 years ago

    Get the software of the phone and install it on your phone, then connect the phone to the Pc using a cable. Then create a connection, you will be on the internet,

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    Tech Stud(ly)posted 14 years ago

    Doing this depends on what operating system you have primarily, followed by your connection type. Through bluetooth, if your phone and computer both have it, it is really easy to just pair them and then create a new connection through the phone. This is especially easy on a mac. The only information you need is that the phone number to call is "#777" and you shouldn't need a driver with bluetooth. With USB on the other hand, see if windows automatically detects it. If not, google for it based on the manufacturer of your phone (ex: LG modem driver), or if you are on a mac choose generic, because you probably won't find any.

  4. ANKITG profile image60
    ANKITGposted 14 years ago

    you select  internet option of your cell than go to browser &than u search. also you download software from your Pc

  5. secretagent profile image53
    secretagentposted 14 years ago

    There are a couple of things that you'll need to connect to the internet using your mobile phone:

    1) A USB Cable or Bluetooth connection to your laptop. If you don't have Bluetooth, then you'll also need to find the drivers for your phone to get your Windows computer to recognize it as an internet device. That is usually taken care of by step 2.

    2) Connection software. Sometimes you can use a modem connection within the computer and have it dial #777, but it's much easier to facilitate the connection through your providers connection manager.

    3) The feature that allows you to connect to the internet. Some providers don't require a special feature to use your phone as a modem, and is provided for you in the cell phone carriers data plan. Check with your carrier to be sure.

  6. H P Roychoudhury profile image41
    H P Roychoudhuryposted 14 years ago

    Internet  of Lab top is connected to Land line phone through a Modem. The mobile phone  might be connected to Lab top through USB port.

  7. jolly001 profile image60
    jolly001posted 14 years ago

    This is what you need:

    ? a laptop or a desktop computer
    ? a (Nokia) mobile phone with GPRS support and settings installed. If you have browsed the web from your mobile phone, you're good to go, otherwise call your mobile operator and request the GRPS settings for your phone.
    ? a USB cable to connect your mobile phone to the laptop or PC
    ? a bluetooth-capable mobile phone and a bluetooth USB device (if the laptop doesn't have bluetooth incorporated)
    ? a few software packages which you'll need to search and install through Synaptic. Make sure you have the Universe repository enabled first.
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    mail2meonlineposted 10 years ago

    solution to this problem is in


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