Foxfi/Wifi Tethering Verizon Kit Kat

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Yazzinit

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Jan 9, 2011
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Didn't see a definitive answer: Anyone figure out Foxfi/PDANet wifi tethering? USB works fine, but Wifi tethering says to lock the screen, then either enter credential passwords that don't exist even after clearing credentials. Enabling the hotspot of course brings up subscription check. Any success or tips? Or is there another working wifi tether app, non root?
 

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I'm picking up an X this week and this is important to me as well. I tether to me nexus 7 all the time.

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agent2099

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Dec 23, 2007
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Just updated to kit kat on my moto x and having the same problem. Verizon broke the foxfi app and none of the other non-root tethering apps appear to be working.
 

AMv8(1day)

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Sep 7, 2011
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Very interested as well as I just got my Cyber Monday Moto X DevEd and my trusty Elixir Wifi toggle widget (or the Tasker equivalent) isn't doing the trick for me. This is vital to me as I have a grandfathered Verizon Unlimited plan and about 8-10 hrs of the day my Nexus 7 (and occasionally my laptop) is tethered.
This would possibly ruin my life... Not really, but I do connect to my phone far more than any other Wifi connection including my home Wifi. How else am I to bring down Verizons ridiculously immoral business model?
As for right now, I am keeping my trusty GS3 active until there is a solid fix, preferably root-not-required.
 

agent2099

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Dec 23, 2007
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Very interested as well as I just got my Cyber Monday Moto X DevEd and my trusty Elixir Wifi toggle widget (or the Tasker equivalent) isn't doing the trick for me. This is vital to me as I have a grandfathered Verizon Unlimited plan and about 8-10 hrs of the day my Nexus 7 (and occasionally my laptop) is tethered.
This would possibly ruin my life... Not really, but I do connect to my phone far more than any other Wifi connection including my home Wifi. How else am I to bring down Verizons ridiculously immoral business model?
As for right now, I am keeping my trusty GS3 active until there is a solid fix, preferably root-not-required.

This is my exact situation.

Also, I just spoke to motorola and they said it's impossible to revert back to 4.2.2. except if you root the device, which voids the warranty. Therefore, rooting is not preferred.

Also, the tech said that if you do not update an android device it will eventually force update itself. Is this true?



Will try the method used above in post #35.