Video: Nokia N900 Connecting via Ethernet cable and USB-RJ45 adapter

| November 18, 2010 | 14 Replies

Not connected to WiFi or over mobile data

Got no WiFi? Got no phone signal? That’s two things I haven’t got in my room this year :(. Could be happening to you if you’re in some random poor WiFi hotel room.

Well that’s not going to stop the Nokia N900. Here it is connecting to the internet via an Ethernet Cable.  Yeah, that wired thing my laptop is currently chained to due to prohibition of WiFi here (So no making the LAN into WLAN). USB-RJ45 and USB A/F-A/F are also used.

Web pages load fine and pretty quickly.



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  1. gadgetbuff says:

    F***in awesome.. bloody n900 can do anything.. it is definitely the superman of smartphones.. or rather mobile computers.. :)

  2. keizka says:

    Once again, I’m extremely happy for having N900. Beat that Android!

  3. Did you test it on the N8?

  4. LordWeapons says:

    I regret selling my N900. Lately, I’ve been searching raigslist. Tomorrow, I’ll have a N900 in my possession. I truly get emotional when I see how much of a powerhouse this device is. Peace- Nokia Lover from Brooklyn, NYC :)

  5. normaljoe says:

    N900 now the best wired mobile in the world

  6. shivdev says:

    i have this commponets but i cant use.. there is any application to use this.. plz tell me wich application…

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