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Default Easiest way to tether on Verizon?

Moto x Dev edition unlocked & rooted running 4.4.2
Looking to gain back tether. can't seem to find an easy way.
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Install Xposed Framework and download and install the Moto Teather module.

While your at it, I'd install Gravity Box too. Pretty awesome tweaks.

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I have been successful using used the wifi_tether_v3_4-experimental1.apk from https://code.google.com/p/android-wifi-tether/
change device profile to galaxy nexus (cdma/lte)
check box: wifi-driver reload
check box: enabled routing fix

If you have troubles, its also suggested to...
check box: wifi-driver reload 2
(per -> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2449534 )

I had been using on 4.4, but its working on 4.4.2 also.
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Install Xposed Framework and download and install the Moto Teather module.

While your at it, I'd install Gravity Box too. Pretty awesome tweaks.

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Install Xposed Framework and download and install the Moto Teather module.

While your at it, I'd install Gravity Box too. Pretty awesome tweaks.

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Moto x Dev edition unlocked & rooted running 4.4.2
Looking to gain back tether. can't seem to find an easy way.
Help
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This. By far easiest way.

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While your at it, I'd install Gravity Box too. Pretty awesome tweaks.

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