like i said i have only heard of 2 people getting it to work. the bluetooth on the Cr-48 has a very limited support in the OS at this time. It should be updated and have more features in the next couple of updates.
you could of course compile your own ChromeOS distro and add support/features to enable the bluetooth PAN feature to connect GPS and other devices that make use of it. just google it.
There's no need for anything elaborate like koush's bootstrap, etc, etc. Wifitether confirmed working true AP (infrastructure) on Droid 2 and Droid X, with WPA/WPA2 encryption. All you need is root - This is awesome news!
wireless_tether_2_0_6.apk - android-wifi-tether - Wireless Tether for Root Users 2.0.6 - Project Hosting on Google Code
Or, you can install PDAnet. The trial is free but doesn't let you connect to SSh sites. A $30 one-time fee gives you the full version that lets you connect to any site. You can connect via USB or Bluetooth. No root required. I bought this program shortly after I bought my Droid 1 and use it all the time.
I wonder if someone can tell me which if any Android phone will do infrastructure wifi tethering.
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