1. motheo87's Avatar
    Hi

    I bought an Asus Transformer Prime, I get wifi connectivity quite easily. Problem is when im on the road or somewhere where there's no WiFi. I'm trying to connect to my blackberry's 3g but with no success. My service provider says android and blackberry are not compatible.

    Please provide me with steps if this is possible. I've tried a few apps with no success.

    What must I download. Detailed steps would be really appreciated.

    Thanx
    02-14-2012 06:21 AM
  2. Crezymunky's Avatar
    Blackberries, for the most part will only allow tethering from usb or bluetooth, and neither of those abilities seem to be compatible with the TFP. I have done this for many years through many devices,, and currently, i do not think there is a blackberry tethering solution, unless one of the newer blackberries allow wifi tethering. PDANET was a hope for me, but seems the balckberry option is blacked out for the moment....keep your fingers crossed, but i dont think a solution is coming at this point....
    03-07-2012 08:40 AM
  3. digitalslacker's Avatar
    +1 for PDANet, I used it back in my BB days to tether and it's awesome.
    03-07-2012 06:22 PM
  4. enthuz's Avatar
    Another +1 for PDANET. It works for me.
    03-07-2012 10:41 PM
  5. Crezymunky's Avatar
    enthuz, you stated it works for you, are you tethering through your evo or a blackberry? i have PDA net on my phone, but the issue seems to be with PDAnet on the TFP, and the blackberry portion of connection. does not seem to be active. Am i using an older version? is there a version that works with blackberry through bluetooth now? Thanks for any clarity you can provide.....
    03-08-2012 07:02 AM
  6. enthuz's Avatar
    I have PDNET Tablet on the Prime and FoxFi on my EVO3D. I just checked PDANET Tablet configuration and they haven't released the Blackberry connection for the tablet version of PDANET (says "Coming Soon"). Have you checked out their developer's site for the Blackberry?
    03-08-2012 02:34 PM
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