Welcome! What do you mean by pairing your phone to the tablet? Are you trying to use your phone as a wifi tether, so that you can use your tablet to access wifi without finding a public hotspot? If so, then are you paying extra to your wireless provider to allow wifi tethering? If so, then all you need to do is activate your phone as a wifi hotspot (the phone should have come with an app for that), turn on your tablet's wifi, and connect to that hotspot.
If you aren't paying the wireless provider extra, then there are a few 3rd party apps you can download that allow you to tether. The popular is Foxfi--give it a try.
If that is indeed what they are trying to do, you can tether VIA Bluetooth without having to pay extra (at least with ICS on the tablet). I tether my X2 and my Prime and access my X2s 3G connection through my Prime that way.
If they are only trying to pair them, that shouldn't be an issue, regardless of Android version. Just pair them like you would any device. Make sure they are discoverable before trying though.
I have the Pdanet on my Lg Optimus Net phone, but the Pdanet Tablet is not compatible with my Polaroid Android PMID702C. So if I download it to my phone (pdanet tablet) can I transfer the file to my tablet?? Or is there anything compatible that I can use for the tablet? And if I can transfer it to tablet, how is that done? Appreciate any help
No this tablet only has Wifi. When I look into the Control Panels, I see my LG Android Phone listed and a unnamed Android device (I am assuming that is my tablet). My main concern is to get the PDAnet Tablet on this Polaroid tablet. Can't really get any of the 2 on,,,says they are not compatible. I have both downloaded to the LG phone, can they be transfered to the tablet somehow?? Is there any other options to connect besided Pdanet? Like maybe a comparable one, or will I just have to do Wifi. Am wanting to discontinue home service as soon as I can get the tablet up and running....thanks so much..