iPod Touch as a USB connector!

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  1. Son geta1

    Son geta1 New Member

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    Help!

    I've got a new Computer... Mac Mini without WLan. Damn. So now i think: Why not use my iPod Touch? It has acess to the internet... (My old computer still has, too!)

    But it wasn't as easy as i thought. I have tried things like Pdanet from Cydia, but nothing worked.

    So my question: Is there an easy way to connect my computer over my iPod to my router? Just remember, computer has NO Bluetooth ans NO WLan access. (So everything is only usable with a cable.)

    Any ideas?
  2. gunzmaiet

    gunzmaiet New Member

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    u cant use iPod Touch as a Wi-Fi card...
  3. Nburnes

    Nburnes Well-Known Member

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    Not possible right now.
  4. SumDaii

    SumDaii Active Member

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    I'm sorry I think it's only iPhone that you can do the internet tethering thing.
  5. eladc

    eladc New Member

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    Yeah but if I'm not wrong, it only works with the 3G.
    I might be wrong though...
  6. baekalfen

    baekalfen Member

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    are you guys stupid? i can use my ipod touch as wifi card via PDAnet - just download the software for win and start the app....

    EDIT:
    oops and connect with usb
  7. iTouchGuru

    iTouchGuru New Member

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    YES YOU CAN!

    PDANET WORKS!
    Just enable USB Mode and download the client on your laptop.

    Download the client on your iPod using Safari Download Helper, then access the client installation on your computer, install the driver, then it works.

    To save trouble, hook your laptop up to internet, download the client, then unhook it and start using your iPod.

    YOu people should learn your facts before saying you cant do something.
  8. deleted account 106

    deleted account 106 Member

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    Yes PDAnet works very well, it worked really well on my old iPhone, like if I was somewhere that had no wifi, I could just feather it up, and use the 3g, it's not as good on
    my iPod though, cause I can't use it everywhere.

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