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will FoxFi ever work on the VZW HTC One (M8) or have they stopped trying?

2nd April 2014, 11:05 PM   |  #1  
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will FoxFi ever work on the VZW HTC One (M8) or have they stopped trying?

thanks!
3rd April 2014, 12:51 AM   |  #2  
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will FoxFi ever work on the VZW HTC One (M8) or have they stopped trying?

thanks!

First, this phone hasn't even been out 2 weeks yet, relax.

Second, this question should be directed to the developers of FoxFi.
3rd April 2014, 12:59 AM   |  #3  
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See this thread - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2699200

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See this thread - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2699200

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I'm only wondering about FoxFix, having paid for it on all 5 of my current smartphones.
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I'm only wondering about FoxFix, having paid for it on all 5 of my current smartphones.

Damn, it cost individually per phone?

(The way it looks FoxFi is not supported on Android 4.4+ There are we possible solutions I've seen, but I can't verify any of them.)

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13th November 2014, 02:54 AM   |  #6  
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I know this is an old thread but I need some info. I just got the M8 and it updated to 4.4.3 which I had found out before hand that FoxFi worked on that update. As soon as it finished updating to 4.4.3 it asked and I downloaded 4.4.4. I'm reluctant to install it until I find out it works. I've been without FoxFi too long since inadvertently upgrading a previous Motorola handset to 4.4.4. Just got it back with the M8 and don't want to lose it again.
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I know this is an old thread but I need some info. I just got the M8 and it updated to 4.4.3 which I had found out before hand that FoxFi worked on that update. As soon as it finished updating to 4.4.3 it asked and I downloaded 4.4.4. I'm reluctant to install it until I find out it works. I've been without FoxFi too long since inadvertently upgrading a previous Motorola handset to 4.4.4. Just got it back with the M8 and don't want to lose it again.

Is your m8 rooted? If so enabling tethering is fairly easy.
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Is your m8 rooted? If so enabling tethering is fairly easy.


Not rooted. I haven't rooted in years. Hated having to keep up with all the latest ROMs. FoxFi kind of eliminated my major need to root.
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Not rooted. I haven't rooted in years. Hated having to keep up with all the latest ROMs. FoxFi kind of eliminated my major need to root.

I didn't root anything until the folks at Google decided to restrict writing to ext SD cards. But, if you do there's a lot of info on enabling tethering.

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