Originally Posted by gpshemi
I had this exact problem right after doing the hotspot mod off qbkings site. Eventually after clearing cache and resets I couldn't get the phone to make it through boot into Android. It was giving me google.transport errors or something. I gave up and ODINed the stock rooted mf9 rom back to it. Phone is fine now, has been for a week or more, but I'm leary of trying to hotspot mod again...although I really need it.
Your first problem was using qbkings site for files instead of getting them from the xda forum where the instructions and files are the correct ones. Almost all problems with the hotspot mod are caused by either installing the wrong file or a bad download of that file. You MUST know whether you are "ODEXED" or "DEODEXED", after you know that, then you need to make sure you know what firmware you are on, MF9, MDL, MDC. Once you have that info, you go to crawj's thread in the development section and download the correct zip file and install in recovery. If you matched the correct file with your firmware and odexed condition than you will not have any problems. I can't believe how many people rely on these how to videos that are usually so out of date that they are dangerous to follow.
Phones & Tablets: Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 8", Evo 4g LTE, Evo 3D, Acer Iconia A500, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Ipad 2, Nabi 2,
Rom: Rooted Stock for now, Hotspot Mod, Xposed, Wanum
Kernel: Stock for now