use mobile phone as a router

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Apr 12, 2009
  1. rockstar99
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    is there any way to open .sis files on a phone that does not support em like convert it or something (joikuspot) or if somebody has another application which turns ur phone to a hotspot which can open on all phones
     
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    I use Joikuspot to use my telephone as an accesspoint, it's a s60v3 app running on my Nokia N96. Your antivirus might block the connection, so make sure you set up a password. Then still, your antivirus might not trust the connection.

    edit: woop, sorry, didn't read your description. =[
     
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    my phone has built in wifi

    can somebody convert the .sis file to some extension which almost any phone can read

    cmon i really want to use the wii shop channel
     
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    the are far too many different types of phones, no files are universal.

    we would need to know what phone, and what operating system it runs to help, android, iphone, symbian, windows mobile, palm OS, linux?
     
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    i dont know much but its nokia not an s60 one

    oh and my phone doesnt have 3g
     
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    You could ATLEAST give us a model number.
     
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    Member Whizz When things don't go right, go left.

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    Dude, stop double posting. And no, you can't convert sis to, what I suspect your phone uses, jar.
    Or if it's Windows Mobile phone that format.

    Look for an app that works with your phone, and Nokia is not enough information. Find out what model it is.
     
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    well its written model-6275

    its a CDMA phone
     
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    Member Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    It is bad internet etiquette ("netiquette") to post twice in a row. It is very very rude to do more than twice. Bumping a thread that is way off the forum index is okay, but bumping just to keep the topic seen in the recent posts is unfair to everyone else who wants their thread read.

    You are not a good poster. Hone your skills. =P
     
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    ok im sorry for multi posting and i wont do it aagain but could somebody plz help
     
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    http://www.letsgodigital.org/en/8635/nokia_6275/

    This one?

    Nokia 6275 - Features
    - System: Tri-mode CDMA 800/1900MHz/AMPS800, (GPS on 6275i)
    - User Interface: Series 40
    - platform Dimensions: 109.0 mm x 42.8 mm x 17.2 mm (L x W x H)
    - Weight: 105 g
    - Standby time: up to 6-10 days (digital)
    - Talk time: up to 4 hours (digital)
    - Display: 240 x 320 pixels, 262k colorTFT
    - Battery: BL-6C 1150 mAhLi-Ion battery
    - Resolution of images: 2 megapixel
    - Resolution of videos: QCIF
    - Image capture: JPEG
    - Video capture: H.263/MPEG-4
    - Video playback: H.263/H.264/MPEG-4
     
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    Member Heran Bago Where do puyo come from?

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    Silence means no one reading knows, sorry. [​IMG]

    In the future if you want to amend something to a post you can use the 'edit' feature.
     
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    yup thats the one
     
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    It doesn't have wifi...
     
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    well than how do iopen the net everyday without a router or anything
     
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    Through GPRS/3G/EDGE/HSDPA, you might be paying for it if you're not on contract.
     

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