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IIGC the Tecno T9 has Bluetooth, a memory card and USB. Your Classmate (IIGC as well) has neither bluetooth or a memory card slot and depending on its version it may or may not have 2 USB slots and may run Microsoft Windows or a Linux distribution. If your Classmate runs Microsoft Windows then you should ask a moderator (see the "Report button) to move your thread to the /General forum. If your Classmate runs any Linux distribution then see if you can get gammu or wammu to work with the phone. All in all it depends on what you mean with "to use": exchanging data and making backups could work but using it as a GPRS (not 3G or EDGE) modem or using its Wifi capabilities I wouldn't know.
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