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I am on a Verizon Moto x rooted(non dev edition) and a grandfathered unlimited data plan. Apparently it does not include hotspot. Is there any way to bypass the Verizon verification on the hotspot in the settings menu? I have done this on older phones, so how can I do this with the Moto x?

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Just to clarify, I don't want to use foxfi or something like that, I want the default settings app.

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Yes. If you are on a MAC you can use my toolkit. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2591875

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Thanks so much, I'm not on a Mac, but I was fine doing it the manual way.

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Still no non rooted method?

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Still no non rooted method?

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no you have to be rooted to use native tether or wifi tether app
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