I have a phone which run java for the J2ME platform not android ones.
When I pair it with my laptop, I can use the phone to connect internet using mobile broadband connection (I pick my provider in a list on the laptop to autocomplete the parameters).
However when I pair it on my Samsung Galaxy tab S, I don't have this option, even when there is no Wi-Fi access point.
There are lot of apps to convert you android phone into a server for this. But I own a tablet with android 5 (only Wi-Fi and bluetooth connection), and I would like to use my classic mobile phone as access point over bluetooth. I know how to configure the phone since I already use it on my Linux laptop. But I don’t know how to use my tablet as a DUN client, and I couldn’t find an app on the play store for that.
For those who still don’t what is beeing asked here, here’s a tutorial I use for a non wizard tethering on Debian (I couldn’t find a android equivalent).
So, how I can connect Samsung galaxy tab S 8.4 to internet over bluetooth with my mobile phone's connection?
Here’s my provider parameters in my case :
dial-up number value : "*99#"
APN value : "Free"
Authentication method : Store
Username value : "Free"
Password value : "Free"
DUN channel value : "0"
Connection method : GPRS
PIN method : Store
PIN value : null
Provider proxy address value : "220.127.116.11"
Provider proxy port value : "80"
But on most OS, (for laptop, including old windows) you just get a country selector, then you pick-up your mobile provider in a list and the connection parameters are filled up for you.
Note: As the device is still new I want to keep the long time warranty option. BlueVPN+ seems to indirectly allow what I need without rooting, but the program is not free.