1. JMDBERRY's Avatar
    Thx to Junefabrics, I now havet PDaNet working on my spanking brand new (less than a day old) Torch. It took abt 20-minutes to setup. Once setup is complete, I simply click the "Connect To" icon on my service tray,...and click to "Connect" to my "BB 9800 BT" connection. It takes about 3-seconds to connect.
    12-23-10 12:47 PM
  2. coolhand297's Avatar
    More info please
    12-23-10 01:26 PM
  3. JMDBERRY's Avatar
    More info? I'm not sure what more I need to say other than I followed the directions listed at Junefabrics.com and was able to use my AT&T 9800 as a modem in 20 minutes.

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    12-23-10 07:09 PM
  4. arwaldon4's Avatar
    I think more info like what you are using it on, or the method of connection. stuff like that. im actually interested in getting it setup on my torch with my macbook pro.
    12-23-10 07:33 PM
  5. JMDBERRY's Avatar
    @ Arwaldon4,...Oh I see.

    - I'm using PdaNet on a 64-bit Win7 PC
    - My Connection is BT
    - The conenction speed is 921kbps
    12-23-10 09:19 PM
  6. kraski's Avatar
    To add some further info, I use it via usb for my xp netbook. Far easier setup (almost none). Neither my laptop nor my netbook have BT connectivity. So, I can't say if that would require a longer setup process. And I pretty much took no thought as to which tethering app -- PDANet worked pretty much "right out of the box" on my previous WinMo phones. So, that was automatically my first choice for my Torch...with the same experience.
    Last edited by kraski; 12-24-10 at 11:16 AM.
    12-24-10 11:14 AM