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Naomba msaada kuhusu Nokia PC Suite.

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by Elai, Dec 28, 2011.

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    Elai Senior Member

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    Nime-install Nokia PC Suite kwenye PC yangu. Ninajaribu kuunganisha simu itumike kama modem kufungua intaneti, inajaribu kuunga then inakata. Ninatumia bluetooth kama medium. Na simu ni Nokia 5000d-2. Paring inatambua vizuri kabisa. Je kuna hatua gani ninaweza kuwa nimekosea mpaka inakwama kuunganisha na mtandao?
     
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    KWETU PAZURI Senior Member

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    huna drivers za cable ya simu yako kuunganisha kwny pc
     
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    Tumia cable zake kama huna cable niachie namba yako ya simu tuwasiliane ili nikuuzie hiyo cable
     
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    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    Kwanini huitumii hiyo Bluetooth kuunganisha simu yako iwe modem kwa hiyo internet yako hebu angalia hapa


    Connect to internet on PC using GPRS Cell Phone via Bluetooth

    This guide shows you all the configurations steps needed to add a mobile phone as a Bluetooth modem to your computer. You can simply use your cell phone as a modem. We are using computer running Windows 2000 without modem, a TDK USB Bluetooth dongle (version 1.3.2.7), and a Ericsson T39m in this example.

    Here we go step by step to connect internet on computer using GPRS phone:
    1. Right Click on my network Places and Select Properties to see Network Connections

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    2. Then double-click the "Make New Connection" icon.

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    3. The wizard will start, then click the Next button.

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    4. Select the "Dial-up to the internet" option. As shown below.

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    5. Select the last option to manually enter the configuration for this connection. See image.

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    6. Select phone line and modem option to connect internet.

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    7. Wizard will start the installation of new modem as in this example we don't have modem. Select "Don't detect my modem and click Next.

    NOTE: If you already have a modem installed, then you can directly go down to step number 14.
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    8. Find the manufacturer and model from the list. In this case, its Ericsson T39 Bluetooth Modem.

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    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    9. In wizard to select the COM port, Right-click the Bluetooth icon in the system tray and select Advanced Configuration.

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    10. Click the Client Applications tab to view the Bluetooth Serial Port. Check Client, not the Local Service port.

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    11. Come back to the Wizard and then select the correct COM port.

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    12. Sometimes the driver does not have a Digital Signature. Just click Yes to continue the installation.

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    13. Click finish to end the wizard and you get the new model installed.

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    14. The Wizard will then create the Connection itself. Uncheck "Use area code" because we just want to dial the GPRS code. Use the default GPRS configuration in the SIM Card. Then click the Next button.

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    15. In this case Vodafone does not require these fields, you have to check with your carrier.
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    16. In this step just give a name to your new connection.

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    MziziMkavu JF-Expert Member

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    17. Select Yes or No to setup internet e-mail (you don't need this if you already have your configuration done).

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    18. Click Finish to complete internet Connection Wizard.

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    19. To connect, just double-click the new Connection icon. (You can also create a shortcut on desktop.)

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    20. You will see the "Dialing" dialog, and the Bluetooth icon in the System Tray will go green.

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    21. You will get the notification when your connection is established.

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    22. Look at "My Bluetooth Places" again and you will see the mobile icon showing a connection is established.

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    23. Now, Internet Explorer will set the new connection as the default one. If you start Internet Explorer it will ask to connect. Click on "Work Offline".

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    24. On Internet Explorer click Tools => Internet Options => Connections tab. Change your default connection or "Never dial a connection" if you want to use a LAN connection by default.

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    Elai Senior Member

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    Manual yake inasema "USB-No" ndiyo maana ninatumia bluetooth.
     
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    Elai Senior Member

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    No USB ndiyo maana ninatumia bluetooth.
     
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    Elai Senior Member

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    Ninashukuru kwa michango,ninaifanyia kazi.
     
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