Now that Apple is offering iPhone users a way to legitimately get WiFi tethering through using the new Personal Hotspot feature in iOS 4.3, it seems that AT&T has begun a clampdown on those running the MyFi app on jailbroken iPhone handsets.
This tutorial is written for those who are not familiar with Ubuntu/Linux and is very detailed. If you are experienced feel free to just grab what you need from it.If you’re like me you have an iPhone and a portable computer running Ubuntu and you would like to have mobile internet without paying for an extra data plan from
have been tethering when needed from day 1 using a Wigizoid hotspot switch..have unlimited data plan, no tethering plan. Can't get connected any more... Is this other's experience since the OTA? Does any other app work?
I have a Canadian Moto X (SIM unlocked) running Rogers firmware and will be going to the US for a few weeks. I'd like to use my phone on AT&T's GoPhone service, but I've heard tethering is blocked on GoPhone (usually disabled on iPhones & AT&T-branded phones). Since I'm running a non-AT&T FW, will the tethering option disappear or is it an AT&T/VZW-specific thing?
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I recently upgraded from an LG Optimus One phone to a Galaxy Nexus. On my Optimus One, USB tethering worked flawlessly. However, I flashed tons of different ROMs to find the ones that worked better than others. Some didn't work at all. Some were flaky.
I'm currently using AOSPA 4.2.2 PARANOIDANDROID 3.5 (May15) α5 with 3.0.75+-RUBIK-AK-r30 kernel. Wi-Fi tethering works perfectly.