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  1. Hairyloon

    Bluetooth internet dial-up

    OK, so I now have a new tablet, with bluetooth, and it seems to connect to the phone quite happily, but I have not found a means by which to connect it to the internet through the phone. I would assume that it could be done through the 3~G connection options, but that has a list of dongles with no mechanism that I can see to add any more...
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    USB Bluetooth Dongles

    Thanks.
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    USB Bluetooth Dongles

    If it is not too much trouble, could you ask him if it was straightforward? Thanks.
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    USB Bluetooth Dongles

    Does anyone know if the little USB bluetooth dongles work, or can be made to work with Androids? As far as I can think there is no logical reason why they should not, unless the relevant drivers are not available.
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    Anyone use those cheaper tablets?

    I bought an Archos 7 from Tesco for £99... It didn't work at all. I took it back and got a refund. Next I tried a NATPC A9 Dual core from Amazon. It seemed pretty good to me, except that almost all of the software in the market showed as incompatible. I discussed with the vendor and we concluded that I had a faulty unit, which I have now sent back. I am currently deciding what to do next... This one on eBay looked fairly good, but how much can you trust a vendor with only 3 feedback?
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    Bluetooth internet dial-up

    I get internet on my laptop through it without any difficulty.
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    Bluetooth internet dial-up

    Slight misunderstanding here I fear: I want to connect an Android tablet (without GSM capability) to an ordinary (non-Android) mobile-phone using bluetooth. Right at the moment I am shooting in the dark anyway: we decided that the tablet I had was defective and I've sent it back. I'm just trying to decide whether to have a replacement or a refund and get something else...
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    Bluetooth internet dial-up

    Thanks, I'll have a look. Which is fine if your phone has WiFi capability. Though even there, I am not sure how I would do that. :?
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    Bluetooth internet dial-up

    I have been told that Android tablets cannot connect to the internet through a bluetooth connection to a mobile phone. I cannot believe this is true, as I am baffled to why it might be. If it is true, can somebody please explain why? Else why was I having so much trouble? Or was it just that I was working with a dud machine?
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