A little different iPad question.....

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by Doug Barber, May 5, 2010.

  1. Doug Barber

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    Greetings all:

    This (might) be a strange question and one I would figure out myself if I had all the required components - but I don't.

    I'm wondering if a person could buy one of these cell stick (things) that plug into a USB port of a laptop and instead of plugging it into a laptop - plug it into an airport express and then access the net with a WIFI iPad.

    As I mentioned earlier - I don't have the cell stick (thing) so I cannot try this myself. Can anyone fill me in on if this would work?

    Thanks

    Doug
     
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  2. write-stuff

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    If you're talking about an "air card", no that won't work with an iPad. Google "myfi". That's something that does work.
     
  3. Doug Barber

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    Thanks for your help......

    Doug
     
  4. Sincere11105

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    Get the sprint overdrive. Its 60$ a month but it supports 4g
     
  5. Zardoz

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    Yeah look for myfi or something like it sprint is mifi. But is like a tether device.
     
  6. kheldour

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    Doug,

    either you have a mobile phone, which can tether (internet sharing either via bluetooth, or wifi - as on a jb'ed iPhone with MyWi), or you get a MiFi device from Huawei, Sprint, or others.

    Rgds

    Khel
     

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