Moto Q9h Tether To Mac OS X 10.5???

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  1. dotdigital

    dotdigital New Member

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    Moto Q9h Tether To Mac OS X 10.5???

    Does anyone know how to connect either via USB or BT the Q9h in a tether mode to a Mac running OS 10.5/ Leopard successfully? I know many people including myself are DYING to do this!

    Thanks one and all!
    -paul.
  2. PacoJr67

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    have you tried missing sync? check out the mac forum.
  3. dotdigital

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    missing sync?

    I own Missing Sync for Windows Mobile already- how can that help? Is the Mac Forumu mention on the everythingQ board or elsewhere?


    Thanks!
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    Yes, there is a mac forum on EQ.
    I'm not a mac user, I'm just trying to throw ideas out. To any other mac users, is there something similar to PDAnet for mac?
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    Don't know if you found this yet, but there is a PDAnet for mac (I braved the mac forum). just go to www.junefabrics.com
    It works in conjunction with missing sync to tether your phone to the mac
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    I see on the page that you can use pdanet over bluetooth via DUN, but i tried that an i couldn't figure it out. Can anyone tell me how they got this to work successfully? PLLLLEASE!!!!
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    Success tethering without alternative to Q9h

    Hi all,
    Thru trial and error I have been successful creating a BT dialup connection, as I am typing this in Safari running OS X.5.2

    Make sure you follow the Bluetooth setup assistant.
    read below for the settings...

    Go to Network preferences
    On the left side press the plus key at the bottom of the screen.
    interface: select bluetooth
    service name: create one


    phone number: *99#
    account name: wap.cingulargprs.com
    password: cingular1
    click on advanced at the bottom

    vendor: generic
    model: dialup device
    check: error correction and compression
    dial mode:ignore dialtone when dialing
    dialing: tone
    sound: on

    Click OK
    Click Apply
    and finally
    Click connect

    So far this has been the only way I have found to make a reliable connection.

    Randy
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