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[Q] WiFi Tethering for Rooted Photon

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28th October 2011, 08:04 PM   |  #71  
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I just checked the market, and the one that i use,"wireless tether for root users" has a !not available from your carrier.
I'm assuming sprint doesn't like this app.

You might need to get the apk for that app.
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29th October 2011, 04:44 AM   |  #72  
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I just checked the market, and the one that i use,"wireless tether for root users" has a !not available from your carrier.
I'm assuming sprint doesn't like this app.

You might need to get the apk for that app.
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Yeah, Sprint joined the group of carriers that block tether apps now:
http://www.goodandevo.net/2011/10/sp...id-market.html

Just get it from its source here:
http://code.google.com/p/android-wifi-tether/

I usually get it from there anyway as the version on Market is almost always out of date.
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30th November 2011, 08:58 AM   |  #73  
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You guys just have to make sure you don't turn 4G on til AFTER you connect your device to the phone/ turn tethering on. Then switch 4G on, let it take over 3G and you're good to go.

It's a known bug for all Sprint's 4G phones.

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5th March 2012, 03:50 PM   |  #74  
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The software has the options, but the drivers must support it. The Evo didn't get infrastructure mode support in the drivers until 2nd 2.2 update I think.

Either, its up to the wifi tether people to update it for photon like they did for the evo.

installed but this error pop

"No Access control!
Sorry, but your kernel does not have all necessary features for the access control disabled.
5th March 2012, 07:59 PM   |  #75  
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installed but this error pop

"No Access control!
Sorry, but your kernel does not have all necessary features for the access control disabled.

Ignore that. Plus if you want infrastructure mode open setting in wifi tether and set device to googlenexus one and then setup to netd(master). Enable mss clamping. After download data widget. Turn 4g on then hit the widget and finally start tether. Works flawless

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I installed "Unlocked ROCKO3.0"; my system is unlocked, I have CWM installed, SU verified using "Root Checker", and I have install apps from "Unknown Sources" enabled.

Whenever I try to install "android-wifi-tether 3.1 beta 11", I get to the Install Screen, and nothing happens when I press the "Install" button. No errors, no response, and it will close out fine when I press Cancel.

Any ideas?
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You havent enabled allow installantion from unknown sources in application settings???

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21st March 2012, 11:47 PM   |  #78  
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Ignore that. Plus if you want infrastructure mode open setting in wifi tether and set device to googlenexus one and then setup to netd(master). Enable mss clamping. After download data widget. Turn 4g on then hit the widget and finally start tether. Works flawless

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I got lost with all the changes. which ver number are we saying is "work flawless"

thanks again

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Could you guys elaborate a bit more on your settings? Like what channel you're using? I can;t seem to get it to work, i'm using WiFi Tether 3.1 Beta 6, set to Galaxy S, netd, no encryption, LAN 10.10.1.0/24. I get errors "4G data link lost", then the mobile IP error. Then I get 4G and 3G battling against each other in the right hand corner. Thanks in advance!

has any one esle had this? I am seeming to fine that the battling is happening to mine. untill I reboot
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I got lost with all the changes. which ver number are we saying is "work flawless"

thanks again

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has any one esle had this? I am seeming to fine that the battling is happening to mine. untill I reboot

You usually only get that if there is an extremely weak signal, or if your bootloader is unlocked. You are locked, right?
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You usually only get that if there is an extremely weak signal, or if your bootloader is unlocked. You are locked, right?

yes I want to keep my 4g. is there a work around

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