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Thread: How to use your VERIZON cell for FREE internet

  1. #91
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    as i pull over to post this, I wont use this so much so this is good for now. This does only use minuts right?

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    haha. I'm not sure what your setup uses. I remember threads going back a ways when EVDO first came out that stated you had to be on a grandgathered NAMOU plan to use minutes. Otherwise they were charging data rates. I went straight to VCAST, which is $15/mo unlimited, so I'm not sure what the results will be with your setup. Better keep the usage light this month just in case

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    Well I just did the file sharing hack ( change e2 to e3 on seam 2742) and it worked great however now my phone wont act as a modem anymore. Also I installed mpt on my carpc. Any ideas on what the problem with the dialup is?

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    @selmerguy: seems like you use a motorola, try ##342587 (##DIALUP). The phone should say: "Dial up networking enabled".
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    Quote Originally Posted by edikp
    @selmerguy: seems like you use a motorola, try ##342587 (##DIALUP). The phone should say: "Dial up networking enabled".
    I tried that allready. No go

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    If I remember correctly inetron.com has a list of flags you can enable/disable and dial up networking is one if them. Unfortunately, inetron's website is currently down. Perhaps you could check out that website later?
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    I got it to work again. I messed with the connection settings and it worked again. Man this phone hacking is tedious, thanks howard forums.

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    Hate to bring up an old post.. I see that this can be done on a E-815 phone. I was wondering if this still works? And is the ######## Ect. Info still what you need to get this thing going? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKunkaudio
    Hate to bring up an old post.. I see that this can be done on a E-815 phone. I was wondering if this still works? And is the ######## Ect. Info still what you need to get this thing going? Thanks
    Mine still works, You dont need to hack your phone. Just enable dialup by dialing ##dialup on your phone. Then set it up through bluetooth or cdma.

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    well, just to let everyone know, if it hasn't been mentioned yet

    Verizon changed their plans recently, about a month ago, and unless you have the $60/month data plan, using your EVDO phone as a modem will either

    a. give you "invalid username/password" error (i think thats the error) when you try dialing up

    or, if that doesn't get you

    b. you will be charged per kilobyte, which...adds up in a heartbeat.

    so unless you have the $60/month plan, i wouldn't recommend using your phone as a modem anymore,

    my e815 worked as a modem for the longest time, before i even had my carputer setup, and i didn't even need it, but now, it gives me the error when dialing in.

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