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USB ModemMobile Stream's USB Modem software has been updated. The application allows the Treo or Centro to operate as a USB modem for your desktop or laptop computer. The program offers support for Windows 2000/XP/Vista, Mac OS X and Linux operating systems. Recent updates include support for the Palm Centro, compatibility with Windows Vista 64-bit and a fix to the built in DUN suppression on the Treo 680 & 755p.

USB Modem v1.59 for Palm OS is available now with a free trial period. It costs $24.95.

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Bluetooth DUN on Mac fixed?

bulls96 @ 10/26/2007 10:48:23 PM # Q
Can i finally use my 755p's BT to connect? been usin a hotsync cable

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usb modem or pdanet

drw @ 10/28/2007 12:56:44 AM # Q
Which is better? Usb modem or pdanet? I think I read that usb modem just puts a driver on the computer end and someone thought that this was better, but others say that pdanet works consistently.


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Only for Treos?

suiciety @ 10/28/2007 7:56:47 PM # Q
Just a question, is there reason why this wouldn't work on say a TX or LifeDrive to allow USB/BT -> WiFi internet connection?

Or is it specifically linked to the Treo's mobile stack instead of Palms normal tcp stack.

Could be an interesting application for those with older non-wifi laptops.

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