The Dial-up Networking feature allows you to connect to a remote
computer through a phone line. Once connected, you can browse the
Internet, check/read emails, etc.
Devices that may provide a Dial-up Networking service:
Bluetooth-enabled cellular telephones
Bluetooth-enabled desktop computers attached to a telephone system
To use Dial-up Networking:
1. Create a connection to the device that will provide telephone access.
See the section "Bluetooth connection wizard" on page 9-7.
, then the Bluetooth Manager from the Start menu.
3. In My Shortcuts screen, tap and hold the Dial-up Networking
Connection shortcut, then select Connect from the pop-up menu.
4. On the first Bluetooth: Dial-up Connection screen, double-tap New
Connection... OR select New Connection then tap OK.
5. Key-in the following informatin on the second Bluetooth: Dial-up
Name for a connection
Country code (if dialing outside the default country setting)
Area code (if dialing outside the default area code setting)
Phone number to be dialed
6. Tap OK.
7. Enter the required information on the succeeding screens to complete
the connection process.
8. When the connection is active, open a web browser from the device.
The remote Bluetooth device that will provide the Dial-up
Networking service should have access to a telephone
system, either a hard-wired or a cellular connection, and
capable of answering a call.