The following: a tablet is the fourth Android (Medion LifeTab S9512
aka Lenovo IdeaTab S2109
, if that). This tablet interfaces — WiFi Yes Bluetooth.
Mobile phone Nokia E50
, it is possible to access the Internet (GPRS/EDGE/3G). He also has Bluetooth.
Via Bluetooth both devices are authenticated and connected from my phone to tablet I can, for example, to transfer files.
The task is to get Internet on your tablet through your phone. Whatever they tried did not work. If the phone was on Android, I probably wouldn't have this problem, and so far as I understand, the Bluetooth acts as the modem, offering roughly DialUp connection — and play with it some troubles. The Internet is the problem to suck, but sane solution I saw.
I would not have fought much, but here's an old Palm Tungsten T3 comes out this way in the Internet without problems (and without setting of additional software — straight out of the box — is set up in three clicks). Surely android can do that?
The question is asked with a shy hope that maybe someone has found a solution or it is so trivial that it and so all know (except me).
Thanks in advance for your answers.