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[XPOSED] [VZW][ATT][SPR] Moto X 4.4+ Native Tether (No APK Modification required)

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3rd February 2015, 06:01 PM   |  #191  
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Well it turns out this enables WiFi tethering on my Verizon Note 3 that I took to Straight Talk (since ST disables tethering). Probably should be careful with it though since ST's service explicitly forbids tethering. Good to know however!

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10th February 2015, 01:04 AM   |  #192  
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Sorry, no T-Mobile uses a completely different method to determine if you have the ability to tether. It's possible to write a similar module like I did but without having access to a T-Mobile device I wont be able to do that.

Can you explain it a little better? I have AT&T phone on T-mobile and it works 100%. Not only that, but T-Mobile doesn't see me tethering. Thanks
11th February 2015, 06:47 PM   |  #193  
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Not working on my rooted Verizon Galaxy Note 3 running android 4.4.2. In fact, having it enabled in xposed prevents my old method of tethering, the app Wifi Tether Router, from working at all.
12th February 2015, 01:50 AM   |  #194  
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On Moto X 2013, Verizon, 4.4.4.

Does anyone know what might be the culprit for very slow data transfer speeds? If I run speedtest on my phone, I get 20mb/s, but if I tether and run speedtest on my computer, I get 1mb/s.


*FIX* - I changed to 5.0ghz and it made all the difference. Odd.
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21st February 2015, 07:43 PM   |  #195  
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Sorry, no T-Mobile uses a completely different method to determine if you have the ability to tether. It's possible to write a similar module like I did but without having access to a T-Mobile device I wont be able to do that.

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26th February 2015, 04:43 AM   |  #196  
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Works on my rooted S5 with Xposed Framework running a stock 4.4.2 kernel. Simply turn on Hotspot through settings/wifi or via the widget. Connected multiple devices with no problems, was able to use the browser and watch YouTube videos. Thanks
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