by: June Fabrics Tech • 2.2K
It's as simple as it sounds: PdaNet is an app that allows you to use your Android phone connection to navigate through your PC or Mac. You just need to download the app and then connect your Android to your computer by USB or Bluetooth DUN. It doesn't require tether, plan or rooting. What's more, PdaNet includes an additional SMS Agent app that allows you to send/receive SMS from PC.
Pdanet has been developed by June Fabrics Technology Inc, an emerging developer who has just launched this app on market but which has been very well received.
If you often are in the situation of needing a PC that has no Internet access, you will love having this app installed in your phone. It does what it says works properly. Easy, fast and reliable. High recommendable.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Jun 03, 2011
PdaNet Tablet app allows you to get Internet access on an Android tablet through Bluetooth connection to an Android phone. Please read *limitations* below.
Simply install this program on your Android tablet then select "Configure" to pair with your phone. If you haven't installed the PdaNet+ app on your phone please first do so from Play Store (or http://pdanet.co/android if Carrier delists tether apps) , then open it and check "Bluetooth mode".
*Limitation*: Since a lot of network apps specifically look for WiFi connection on start up and do not realize (or consider the case where) Internet is available through Bluetooth. They will fail to load. One way around this is to connect your tablet to a random WiFi hotspot at the same time, even one that doesn't give you Internet access. For example if you have a Windows computer nearby you can turn it into WiFi hotspot using the "hostednetwork" feature and connect the tablet to it. Or consider the following solution.
The Browser app on Android is not affected by the above issue. So if you have an app that fails to detect Internet, try to see if there is a web version of that app. For example instead of using the YouTube app you can go to http://youtube.com using the browser.
The above limitation is not ideal. However unless you can turn your phone into WiFi hotspot, this is the ONLY way to tether an Android tablet to and Android phone since USB connection does not work.