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If the Droid X can do it, why not the iphone?

Discussion in 'Non-Android Smart Phones' started by DroidFan, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. DroidFan
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    Currently, I have a Droid X... I can turn off the wifi feature on an ipad and my MacBook Pro and pair either of the devices to my Droid X via bluetooth... now, even though there is NO wifi connection, I can get an internet connection through the bluetooth using my Droid X as a ad-hoc hotspot... I'm not using the personal hotpot feature on my phone, nor am I paying for any additional data other than my $20/mo plan for the Droid X basic data... What I want to know is if I dump the Droid and get an iPhone, will I be able to do the same thing?

    If not, then THIS might be a dealbreaker from my getting the iphone and may as well just keep an android phone handy...
    Thanks!
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    Dude, if I were you, I'd keep in the Droid Saga, rather than in the dark side.

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