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Bluetooth, GPRS mobile phone with Debian GNU/Linux

This short guide will detail the steps needed to set up Bluetooth on Debian GNU/Linux, make your laptop communicate with your mobile phone, and use the latter as a modem to connect to the Internet. Read more here

I have recently purchased a Sony Ericsson K750i, which I will take as an example in this article, which should however be applicable to most of the current mobile phones.

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The link was changed to point to the original article written by Julien Valroff.

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