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Turn your Samsung Galaxy Note II, s3 or s4 into a wifi hotspot to share internet with your laptop wirelessly

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How do I install a driver on my laptop so that it recognize my blackberry hotspot?

I am using a blackberry phone to connect my new laptop to the web. It seems like I need to install the driver to recognize my hotspot. Every other network can be seen and my hotspot is also used for another laptop and I also use it for my other phone when credit is out. All details are stated in the previous box. The laptop is new and working perfectly fine with other network and my phone's hotspot works with other devices. So I just need to install a driver onto my laptop. Anyway, you may help? I have tried: Nothing. I have just looked around and I have been doing some research. I think I might just have to connect the phone to the laptop and see if it'll trigger something. I think it was caused by: Probably just that my blackberry is a little too old fashion for Windows 10 or that I need a driver to install my blackberry hotspot or something? I am going to try it if I don't hear from you soon enough. Thanks

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