Easily configure any bluetooth mobile phone and as many GSM operators around the world as possible. Like it is done in N800

Registered by kellito on 2007-08-31

Nokias N800 has a nice feature. It lets you easily make the system aware of the users mobile phone. Most mobile operators are supported out of the box and the process of adding a mobile phone to the system is easy and straightforward. The bluez package allows to easily link the notebook with the bluetooth mobile phone in easy to understand ubuntu style GUI. After adding the mobile phone to the system it can be instantly used to get online using GPRS. We can go further and use the link to sync the mobile phone with the PC.I think mobile users will appreciate this feature on their notebooks as much as I do.

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2008/05/15 (Antti Kaijanmäki) I would say this is a dublicate of https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/gprs-connection-out-of-the-box

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