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    Meathod of connecting to the Internet

    I'm curious and I can't seem to find the answer to my question.

    How do you connect the Infill G4 to the internet?

    Do you use Bluetooth to piggy back of your cell phone.

    or a usb adapter for wireless internet to an external router?

    I don't see that there is a build in wireless antenna, can this be done by modifying the box?

    Is there a method of a installing a pc-card reader to plugin in my Cingualr pc-card and have windows do the rest?

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    i go to internet with an external USB Port Replicator. (normally for notebooks, that have not enough connectors). specialy with LAN to LAN and 3G Flat rate and a 3G Wireless/3G Router from linksys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dooglave View Post
    How do you connect the Infill G4 to the internet?

    Do you use Bluetooth to piggy back of your cell phone.

    or a usb adapter for wireless internet to an external router?
    Both of those are viable options.

    I don't see that there is a build in wireless antenna, can this be done by modifying the box?
    You'd need a wifi adapter in order to connect an antenna. There is no built-in wifi hardware in the G4.

    Is there a method of a installing a pc-card reader to plugin in my Cingualr pc-card and have windows do the rest?
    No.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    or you use bluetooth stick with a 3G/UMTS enabled Mobile phone..

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    Quote Originally Posted by marci View Post
    or you use bluetooth stick with a 3G/UMTS enabled Mobile phone..
    I think that's what he means by this:

    Quote Originally Posted by Dooglave View Post
    Do you use Bluetooth to piggy back of your cell phone.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    I know many use a usb cable and their [Verizon] cell phone.
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    Wifi

    I don't have wifi always on, what I did was connect a netgear usb wifi card in the glove box. I get internet at wifi hot spots for updating. I also get it at most peoples houses in thier driveways. I have it on a usb extension cord so I can put it on the dash if I really need to.

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