Which connection is better?

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    I am connecting my Droid Razr to my Ipad, which conection is better, blutooth or wifi to use with my hotspot?
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    How do you use BT PAN?
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    Not sure what exactly your talking about, educate me. BT= bluetooth, PAN=?????
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    Thanks for the link, I just use it to stream netflix here at work. personal use only. I am the only one connected
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    No problem, I didn't know what it was either so I googgled "bt pan":D

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    Probably WiFi.
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    Probably BT, it's speed should exceed what can actually get over 4g while using less power than wifi.
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    BT is better on the iPad (played with it).
    It just works. Once you pair the devices there is nothing to set up.
    The iPad knows it should use PAN and the Razr delivers the data.
    Doesn't require root, built into the phone, no hacks required.
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    Thanks, that is what I have been using, seems to work pretty well.
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