Yes, you can use your phone to share the internet connection with your Mac either over a USB cable or via Bluetooth.
To use the phone as a USB modem, follow the steps below:
- Connect your phone to your Mac using a compatible USB cable. When prompted by the phone to select the USB mode, choose Modem
- On the Mac go to System Preferences > Network
- If your phone is not visible in the services list, click on the + button, select the phone from the Interfaces dropdown and click Create.
- Select the network service corresponding to you mobile phone and click Advanced where you should make the following changes under the Modem tab:
- Vendor: Nokia
- Model: GPRS (GSM/3G)
- APN: enter the name of the internet APN as required by your mobile operator. In many cases this is “internet” but it may vary from operator to operator.
- Click Ok and then Apply
- Click Connect to initiate the internet connection.
To use your device as a Bluetooth modem:
- Make sure Bluetooth is turned on and your phone is discoverable
- On your Mac got to System Preferences > Bluetooth and click on + (or Set up New Device if you do not have any paired devices yet)
- Select your Nokia device from the list and click Continue.
- Go through the wizard to complete the pairing.
- To initiate the connection, from the Menu Bar click the Bluetooth icon > “your Nokia device” > Connect to Network