I don't participate too much lately in the forums since I'm busy with work, but now that I have an Android problem hindering my work I've come to you for help.
I've been Googling, searching Xda and reading various blogs on the topic, but a lot of them are specifically about T-mobile or another carrier etc. so I haven't been able to apply their fixes. Wouldn't make sense to change my apn to t-mobile if I'm not using them, after all.
So I am wondering if anyone has any idea on how to enable wireless tethering to work with my Nexus 4 again. It used to work (well, I did warranty it a month or two ago), and I suspect it might be due to being on KitKat based on my research online. I'm just not sure how to change it, because it seems like it is possible.
Fido, Android 4.4.2, ParanoidAndroid 4.0, Kernel is one from ponury (For touch control), build pa_mako-userdebug 4.4.2 KOT49H. If you need more info, let me know.
Thanks in advance for any help or comments.