1. APPCRITICal's Avatar
    Any thoughts on how programs such as PDANet and Netshare will work with 3.0? Im not talking about compatibility, just how carriers will charge for it. Do you think they will be able to see it's tethered?

    06-17-2009 08:42 AM
  2. robalex117's Avatar
    I hope carriers charge the same for PDAnet as they do now. Nothing
    06-18-2009 01:36 AM
  3. PSM's Avatar
    Well the legit tethering uses Bluetooth instead of wifi, so hopefully it goes about it differently enough that PDANet doesn't trigger whatever the phone uses to tell the carrier it's tethering.
    06-18-2009 10:18 AM
  4. APPCRITICal's Avatar
    It also uses usb...as pdanet does?
    06-18-2009 10:51 AM
  5. PSM's Avatar
    It also uses usb...as pdanet does?
    PDANet only uses USB on Windows. Not sure exactly how that works. But hopefully the wireless method will work at least, since that's a little more useful.
    06-18-2009 10:54 AM
  6. g76's Avatar

    Internet Tethering is working fine on my iPhone 3G OS 3.0.0.

    THE ISSUE IS : it stops when i receive a call during Tethering and does not start again itself.

    I have to restart it from >Network>Internet Tethering Option.

    This is really weird. Please give me any solution.

    I have EDGE enabled on my iPhone.


    10-28-2009 10:08 AM
  7. acumarino's Avatar
    try appleguru.org /iPhoneTethering.html page. (newbie poster so link is not posting correct remove space after .org and before /iphone to fix)

    must jailbreak first. Performed on my 2 3GS's (32GB and 16GB) do it slowly and step by step. Easy as pie, took about 5 minutes each with rebooting.

    I used blackra1n RC1 on my 32GB and RC2 on my 16GB

    works great via tether and bluetooth on my MacBook Pro
    10-28-2009 04:08 PM
  8. g76's Avatar
    I am sorry, but i dont understand much.

    I want internet tethering resume automatically when i finish my voice call which i received during internet tethering is continue.

    Is this tutorial all about ?

    Please help further by replying me.


    10-28-2009 04:18 PM
  9. sargd66's Avatar
    Well I just installed Pdanet followed some tutorials on YouTube and voil I have tethering. It was actually really easy to set up. I did have mywi installed and even after the trial expired I could still tether but couldn't use the features, didn't need them anyhow. Then I uninstalled it and tried to install it again, not. I had to purchase it at that point in order to install it again. So I will try pdanet for awhile.
    10-29-2009 12:39 AM
  10. Gary86's Avatar
    I've been using tethering on my 3g[s] on 3.1.2 via pdanet. It can either be over wifi or USB. I have not had any random charges...
    10-29-2009 01:01 AM
  11. iamldash's Avatar
    I've been using tethering on my 3g[s] on 3.1.2 via pdanet. It can either be over wifi or USB. I have not had any random charges...

    Me duece
    10-29-2009 01:53 AM
  12. sargd66's Avatar
    There is an app called Internet Tethering that had an update the other day 3.0. It installs a carrier update to your phone to allow tethering. I tried to read the seven reviews but they won't show it has three stars though. Anyone out there install this if so how well does it work. If you want to uninstall it like other apps, can you? I have pdanet and had mywi but am curious about this app.
    11-01-2009 11:04 PM
  13. sargd66's Avatar
    11-02-2009 04:32 PM
  14. smileyboy's Avatar
    THis was a little wierd. I have 3.1.2 on my phone so I don't have tethering hack anymore. However, I put my phone in Airplane mode and I went to the network settings..... I saw the Tethering option....... After I turned the airplane mode back on,,, it went away.... IT was odd, anyone else have this happen?
    11-02-2009 06:50 PM
  15. white573's Avatar
    ive used to pay for tethering when i had a tilt i only did that for a couple of months but ive been tethering for yrs now and knock on wood have never been caught but who knows maybe if they really want to they can tell
    11-03-2009 12:29 AM