Posted by A Ocean on August 12, 2010 ·
Thethering, which is the ability of turning your mobile into wireless WiFi HotSpot to share the internet connection you have on the Phone with all the devices that have a wireless adapter has been popular since iPhone’s inception. There have been numerous third-party apps to enable you to save on the outrageous cost which your mobile carrier will charge you in addition to the usage [...]
Posted by A Ocean on May 13, 2010 ·
Froyo – Google Android OS’s 2.2 version seems to have more up its sleeves than what we reported earlier. While developers, Android users and followers wait patiently for Google to announce Android OS’s next major update, more new details on its features continue to trickle in. Google is expected to show off Android 2.2 Froyo update at the upcoming Google I/O conference [...]
Posted by Calvin Robinson on June 23, 2009 ·
During iPhone OS 3.0 Beta 5 we wrote an article about how to enable tethering on your iPhone. With the release of OS 3.0 we feel the need to refresh this content.
While Tethering is an official feature of OS 3.0, it is not enabled by default. Here in the UK, o2 require users to purchase a ‘Bolt-on’ package of either £15 or £30 per month, for 3gb and 10gb of data usage, respectively. Frankly, [...]
Posted by Calvin Robinson on May 13, 2009 ·
You can view an updated version of this thread here.
So iPhone OS 3.0 Beta 5 is out … but before you go and upgrade, you may want to read on. MMS and Tethering are built into the current betas of OS 3.0, and we have discovered how to access them.
Download the appropriate ipcc file for your operator;
UK – o2
USA – AT&T
USA – T-Mobile
CA – Fido
Open iTunes, [...]