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blackberry curve 9520 and tablet


denis93

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is there a way to link a ovtech i7a tablet to a blackberry curve 9520,so the tablet can get the internet?

Read more: http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forums/24/mobile-phone-help/4198097/blackberry-curve-9520-and-tablet/?pn=1#ixzz2GrvSVO45

i posted this in the mobile help room,wasnt sure were to post it

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SillBill

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Is the Tablet WiFi enabled? if so can your Blackberry act as a hotspot? On Android you would go to Settings>Wireless and Networks>Tethering and Portable Hotspot>Portable WiFi Hotspot>from there you'd assign a password etc. Providing your Network allows this.

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denis93

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yes the tablet is wifi enabled,it can pick up the internet when at home from virgin media hub

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SillBill

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Then you only have to check that your Blackberry can act as a Hotspot and that your carrier allows it.

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SillBill

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The main problem is that many Network providers don't like or permit tethering.

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denis93

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ok sillbill thank you for the info,cheers

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SillBill

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Let us know if you can enable the Blackberry as a Hotspot>

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