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I understand Play Store is Google. I had the impression that carriers can block certain apps from appearing in the Play Store. When I was on sprint they blocked wireless tether app. I'm probably wrong about Verizon.

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All I can say is I'm glad it's back in the market and I'm glad I finally got a 3.1 version to work on my charge

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FoxFi works fine for me. Don't have to deal with rebooting on the wifi tether app.
 
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FoxFi works fine for me. Don't have to deal with rebooting on the wifi tether app.
I use Wifi Tether and I don't have to reboot either. It's as simple as unchecking a box in the config. I don't trust FoxFi. Anything that uses the built in tethering is going to automatically be easier to detect than something like Wifi Tether or Open Garden.
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I use Wifi Tether and I don't have to reboot either. It's as simple as unchecking a box in the config. I don't trust FoxFi. Anything that uses the built in tethering is going to automatically be easier to detect than something like Wifi Tether or Open Garden.
Which check box? The wi-fi driver reload option? I'd love to be able to skip the reboot (on 3.1-beta11).


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Yes uncheck that box and you should be good to go

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