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How do you use the Nokia 6300 as a dial-up modem?

Posted on 2008-10-29
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I have set up a dial-up account with Orange.
I have loaded the most recent Nokia PCSuite.
I have connected the mobile to the Laptop via USB cable.
The device shows as 6300 modem in system hardware.
However when I start the dialup the modem doesn't show in the settings so I cannot select it.
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Ok since my original post, I attached the phone to adiiferent USB port and I have modem connectivity.
Problem sorted
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