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Hi, let me start by mentioning that I have read about using the 8320 as a modem to a PC/Laptop but it was of little help.

What I need to do is connect my Curve (or my Pearl (8100)) to my Pocket PC PDA via Bluetooth so that the PDA has web access when no WiFi is around.

Anybody have any clues, any tools that I can add to get them to talk? - modem wise.

The Bluetooth connection is fine, except I cannot find the option to use my Blackberry as a modem; I only get to push contacts back and forth, among a couple other tasks.

Any help would be appreciated.
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