Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by rodpad, Mar 16, 2009.
Is there such an app that can do this at all?
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.
but it only works on nokia's and a few samsungs
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.
I figure not start a new topic, but is there any program that takes a blackberry's connection and creates an access point?
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.
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?
i would love direct *mobile - touch* connection
Won't this be possible under v3.0 firmware?
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