I have the sanyo pm-8200 with the sprint vision plan. I bought a usb data cable cord to connect my phone and it came with a drivers cd. The files on the cd open up in notebook, how to I download them. Sprint PCS vision dosen't recgonize my phone, so I assume I need to figure out how to download the drivers.
After I download the drivers, I set up a dial up connection, right? Where will I be able to select the option to use my sprint phone as a modem? What software do I use to set it up as a modem, the drivers?
I have been trying for hours to get this working, and it is so frustrating.
http://www.futuredial.com/support/do...USB_Driver.zip after install create a dialup connection from my network places
to dial #777 leave username empty and password empty too.
On my computer at home, the computer automatically searches for drivers when I plug something into a usb port. From there I select the location of the drivers and everything works fine. On my laptop, when I plug a usb cable from my phone in, nothing happens. I need to be able to install the drivers for my sanyo 8200 in order to use it as a modem for internet. I have the driver files from the website, but they open up in notebook and I need to find out how to install them.:confused:
Everything works fine on my home computer, but my laptop in my car doesn't automatically search for drivers for my sanyo phone. Both computers use Windows XP.
I just bought a USB data cable for my Sanyo Katana. now i need the software to connect to the internet. i cant find any drivers that actually work with this phone. somebody help
you shouldn't necessarially need the cable to connect your phone to the internet.
You should be able to connect to the net with just the phone.
im trying to do the same thing with my nextel (like in the boost thread) but cant get it to connect through my cable either... sux
What kind of phones are you trying to hook up to the internet with. I have a treo 700 and I had to download a third party app to get online which is what your gonna have to do as well. If you do a google search for tethering you could fin some useful information.