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directions please for tethering

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3rd September 2014, 01:55 AM   |  #1  
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Just got the s5 and got it rooted but it is my understanding we need a boot loader unclock to load custom roms?
anyway what i really want is wireless tether can someone point me in the right direction. I cant seem to find any guide
just this http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.dym.motoxtether
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Originally Posted by johnny_chimpo

Just got the s5 and got it rooted but it is my understanding we need a boot loader unclock to load custom roms?
anyway what i really want is wireless tether can someone point me in the right direction. I cant seem to find any guide
just this http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.dym.motoxtether

1. Your first point is slightly incorrect. We need an unlocked bootloader to load custom kernels and ROMs like CM or AOSP. We can load Touchwiz ROMs with SafeStrap and there are multiple options on this forum.

2. There are multiple ways to do wireless tethering. You can use x-tether through XPosed, use Foxfi, or load a ROM that removes the Verizon provisioning and you can just use the built in hotspot.
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1. Your first point is slightly incorrect. We need an unlocked bootloader to load custom kernels and ROMs like CM or AOSP. We can load Touchwiz ROMs with SafeStrap and there are multiple options on this forum.

2. There are multiple ways to do wireless tethering. You can use x-tether through XPosed, use Foxfi, or load a ROM that removes the Verizon provisioning and you can just use the built in hotspot.

great. Does trev mod happen to work it is my fav. if so is there a linke to the guide.


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Thank you Dr.!

But is trevmod wokring for the s5?
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Thank you Dr.!

But is trevmod wokring for the s5?

Seriously, Google is your friend, or truly should be.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2715629&page=2
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