Has anyone figured out how to do this for Mac OSX yet?
Pretty simple actually.. I turned off airport, turned on bluetooth in both my macbookpro and droid x, paired them up... after that just hit on the bluetooth icon in osx top bar and clicked on droidx - > connect to network - and presto i was browsing at 3g speeds on my mbp
when i had airport on, i blv it prefered wifi.. so...
nope.. no idea abt that.. sorry... i am currently typing on my mac while tethered.. so didn't get the need to chk diag.. as it connects flawlessly each time.. do you see the droid x in ur devices in the bluetooth dropdown and can you click on connect to network?
yep.. i got that ... but the point i am trying to make is that ... since mine connects without issues.. i get the msg " your internet connection appears to be working correctly" when I click on diag (in the assist me). i am using a mbp with 10.6.4 snow leapord and y 3g connection is also solid... can't think of any other variables..try re-pairing
So I have connected my phone via bluetooth to my Win 7 laptop, but everytime i click connect to access point, it connects successfully but I cannot connect to the internet. I check the status to see if there are any data packets being sent/received, and there is definitely data transfers, but just no internet connection. In network connections it just says "no internet access." I know the previous posters were talking about the X and connecting to a Mac, but does anyone have any advice for Win 7 users? Thanks!!
Last edited by the5rivers; 07-21-2010 at 03:02 AM.
And did you ever hook up the DroidX to the PC via USB and let it install the USB drivers? I don't know if that would matter, but I DID hook up via USB first.
So now the DroidX Opens it's own little 'Icon' on the taskbar.