Share 3G internet from a mobile phone to your iPod Touch via bluetooth?

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  1. rodpad

    rodpad New Member

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    Is there such an app that can do this at all?
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    sfxguy New Member

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    not via bluetooth but JoikuSpot (type it into Google) is a Symbian program that runs on most Nokia smartphones and it turns your mobile into a WIFI access point, theres a free version but I went for the full premium license cos it just works brilliantly. I use it to check my email on my touch at work and anywhere else there isnt public WIFI. It uses your handset data connection so a good internet package is advisable, I use this software with a 500MB per month Orange data plan and thats plenty for me.

    Honest I don't work for JoikuSoft lol it is a great program.
  3. hyperstalker

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    but it only works on nokia's and a few samsungs
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    Bubalooshi Active Member

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    You can't share internet with the iPod Touch via BlueTooth.

    However, you can do it using Wi-Fi, using WMWiFiRouter. Google it, it works on many Windows Mobile Smartphones.
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    I figure not start a new topic, but is there any program that takes a blackberry's connection and creates an access point?
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    unfortunate the iPod Touch's so called "bluetooth" isn't accessible, and if it did i would doubt it would have support for bluetooth PAN.
  7. rodpad

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    Thanks for the replies.

    Unfortunately I have a Sony Ericsson K800i with no wifi.

    PAN being the protocol standard which is network sharing over bluetooth which say the K800i would be using?
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    i would love direct *mobile - touch* connection
  9. GingerBeer

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    Won't this be possible under v3.0 firmware?

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