20-02-2007, 07:20 PM
Does anyone know whether the M600i can be used as a bluetooth modem from a MacBook running OS X 10.4.8?
Would appreciate any experience anyone has.
20-06-2007, 08:22 AM
You would need a script from the Taniwha. org website for SE under GPRS. SImply copy it to the Library/ Modem scripts and you are ready to create a new bluetooth dial up connection. The dial up number is different for each service provider in each country. Here in India I dial *99***01# for Airtel and gprs.com for Hutch.
I think there is some help on the site as well.
Hope that helps.
24-06-2007, 02:54 PM
This is true... but only works on GRPS.....
I have found an application called launch2net.. it's a caller application that connects in 3G
But I still would like to find the modem scripts to be able to connect from the MacOS System in 3G (UTMS)
27-06-2007, 01:02 PM
Thanks to alisanta dot wordpress dot com and Ross's excellent scripts
Finally I can get my phone works as bluetooth modem.
- Download modem script from www dot taniwha dot org dot uk, I downloaded Sony Ericsson 3G Script
- Drop the modem scripts into Library/Modem Scripts
- Set up PPP:
Open Network Preferences
Optional: Create a new location - call it “Mobile” or whatever
Select “Show: 'Bluetooth Modem Port'
Select the PPP tab and enter your network name in “Service Provider”.
Enter in “Telephone Number” the APN for your network
Enter the Account name & Password (if required)
- Setup Modema
Select the Bluetooth Modem tab in Network Preferences
Set 'Modem: “Sony Ericsson 3G “'
Open Internet Connect
Select Bluetooth Modem Port
These are the settings for t-mobile uk.
APN (or Telephone number) general.t-mobile.uk
Turn off TCP header compression in PPP
User SonyEricsson 3G CID1 script
And bob's your uncle.