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Discussion in 'iPad Hacking' started by Drummo, Jun 1, 2011.
Anyone? (courtesy bump)
I really don't know if I can help but this is what I've done to tether my blackberry. First off so you know, I'm not using my BB's blue tooth not wifi to connect. I downloaded PdaNet for the BB and IBluever for the iPad.
i have a torch on rogers up in canada, and a jailbroken ipad 2
i am NOT using pdanet, all the settings i needed to setup were in ibluever, and make sure bluetooth is OFF on the ipad and ON on the bb. the torch does not have wifi-hotspot so ignore any sales guy who says it does
If it has no hotspot, then how did you connect without PDAnet...?
Noob question here......
When u connect the iPad to the BB due you use free BIS for data or normal data that charges separately.
You use the data plan which you've contracted with your data carrier.
In south Africa we pay a flat rate for blackberry internet service(BIS). This gives us unlimited "on device" emails, browsing and downloads.
When u connect to YouTube for example u get warned that this will incur additional WAP data charges and is not part of BIS.
If u tether your PC using blackberry desktop manager then this also bypasses BIS and uses WAP data which is charged extra.
What I would like to know is if pdanet will use BIS or the additional data wap data?
Sent from my iPad using iPF
Entirely dependent on your carrier. Rogers Canada does not charge me. I suspect that based on how you describe your plan, they would charge. I think it's worth looking into, though!
Hi, i installed iBluever for bluetooth tethering with an android device. The problem is that when i turn on iBluever, it freeze in "retrieving bluetooth daemon state" and it does nothing. Somebody have a solution for this? Thanks!
I couldn't get it working. I gave up and bought a micro sim card