Question about Cell Phones
Tips for a great answer:
on Feb 06, 2011 | Google Android
on May 23, 2010 | Cell Phones
Oct 20, 2011 | RIM BlackBerry Curve 8520 Smartphone
The Android Wi-Fi Tether application turns your phone into a Wi-Fi hotspot--essentially aMiFi--in one tap. The catch? You have to gain root access to your phone, a multi-step process that uses an unofficial Android add-on which can brick your phone if applied incorrectly. Rooting Android is doable for geeks and hackers with experience soft-modding hardware, but it's not something most users could (or should!) do.
Method 2: Tether Android with Proxoid (Free, no root required, some configuration If you don't want to gain root but know enough to get around the command line and use proxy servers, the Proxoid Android app can tether your phone for free.
Method 3: Tether Android with PdaNet ($30, no root required, minimal configuration Finally, the PdaNet Android application lets you tether Android using an app on the phone plus simple software you install on your computer
Jun 06, 2011 | Motorola Mobility Droid (2 GB) Cell Phone
Mar 05, 2011 | HTC F3188 Smartphone
May 13, 2010 | RIM Sprint/Nextel 7100i Smartphone
Mar 19, 2009 | AT&T Blackberry Curve 8300 Smartphone
26 people viewed this question
Usually answered in minutes!