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  1. #1
    Hans
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    I would like to connect my Sanyo 8100 to my PC so I can access the
    Internet and also use my companies VPN to access my Lotus Notes
    email. What do I need in order to do this? Just a cable to connect
    the phone to the PC? USB connection would be OK. Do I need any
    special software?

    I subscribe to PCS Vision. Does connection time come out of your
    regular plan minutes or as part of PCS Vision? Thanks in advance for
    the input from anyone who has done this.



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  2. #2
    The Supreme Enchanter
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    Re: Sanyo 8100 to PC Connection

    (I love this part read the FAQ which wasposted a couple of days ago. It's
    not finished but will answer your question. or just go to radio shack and
    get the snapsync software and a cable for $41.

    "Hans" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I would like to connect my Sanyo 8100 to my PC so I can access the
    > Internet and also use my companies VPN to access my Lotus Notes
    > email. What do I need in order to do this? Just a cable to connect
    > the phone to the PC? USB connection would be OK. Do I need any
    > special software?
    >
    > I subscribe to PCS Vision. Does connection time come out of your
    > regular plan minutes or as part of PCS Vision? Thanks in advance for
    > the input from anyone who has done this.






  3. #3
    John Richards
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    Re: Sanyo 8100 to PC Connection

    "The Supreme Enchanter" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]..
    > (I love this part read the FAQ which wasposted a couple of days ago. It's
    > not finished but will answer your question. or just go to radio shack and
    > get the snapsync software and a cable for $41.


    As has been mentioned here numerous times, the SnapDial (not snapsync) software
    is totally unnecessary if you want to use your phone as a modem for your PC.
    You can buy the cable by itself for $20 at Radio Shack, often cheaper elsewhere.

    --
    John Richards





  4. #4
    Donna Becker
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    Re: Sanyo 8100 to PC Connection

    <I would like to connect my Sanyo 8100 to my PC so I can access the
    Internet and also use my companies VPN to access my Lotus Notes
    email. What do I need in order to do this? Just a cable to connect
    the phone to the PC? USB connection would be OK. Do I need any
    special software?>
    I bought a USB charging cable off eBay. Here is an example for your 8100.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...category=50328
    install the driver for your phone - setup a dial up connection using #777
    and you are good to go! DonnaB





  5. #5
    JRW
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    Re: Sanyo 8100 to PC Connection

    John Richards wrote:
    > As has been mentioned here numerous times, the SnapDial (not snapsync) software
    > is totally unnecessary if you want to use your phone as a modem for your PC.
    > You can buy the cable by itself for $20 at Radio Shack, often cheaper elsewhere.


    The Radio Shack cable associated with Future Dial's SnapDialer does
    not charge your phoen, where as the GoMatic version does. I get about
    two hours out of my phone with the non-charging cable.

    And you don't need any special dialer software, just build a connectoid
    in Windows and set it to dial "#777".




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