Tethering on 3.1+ = MyWi + WiFi Tethering!

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  1. psuskeels

    psuskeels New Member

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    MyWi 3.2.1 has been released and enables native tethering on 3.1+ firmware for 2G/3G/3GS.

    Features:
    - Create WiFi Hotspot to connect mutiple laptops or mobile devices to share your iPhone''s internet connection
    - 40 bit and 104 bit WEP Security to prevent others from accessing your WiFi HotSpot
    - Ability to enable USB and Bluetooth Tethering on your iPhone as well
    - Uses less battery and much faster then PdaNet due to native routing
    - Broadcasts the Network Name (SSID) - no need to fuss with creating an adhoc network on your laptop
    - Enable iPhone USB/Bluetooth tethering - even on firmware 3.1!
    - Shows up and down bandwith usage


    MyWi is available in Rock App/Cydia (if via Cydia, it will install Rock app).

    http://www.rockyourphone.com/index.php/mywi.html

    Enjoy!
  2. jmwerkus

    jmwerkus Active Member

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    I just got the trial, but 2 questions, does AT&T in the u.s. charge you? And also how much isit after he trial
  3. ZombieKiller

    ZombieKiller Banned

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    If your under 5 gb a month, then you should be fine.

    Just dont download files when tethered. Just browse.
  4. ChronicFunk

    ChronicFunk New Member

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    With the nice CommCenter hack released by MuscleNerd, regular internet tethering is enabled in 3.1.2. In my opinion, forget paying for any tethering application when your already paying $30 a month for your data plan. Seriously.
  5. wearmaize

    wearmaize Active Member

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    If we're already paying $30 for data, I don't see why a couple of emergency computer uses aren't appropriate. Obviously, it's not reasonable to expect AT&T to allow you to ******* on the go from a tethered connection, but for browsing on a computer instead of pinching around a small iPhone screen I don't see a problem.

    AT&T does.

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  6. jmwerkus

    jmwerkus Active Member

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    So if I have unlimited internet I'll be good?
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    wearmaize Active Member

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    If you're here in the US and have a contract with AT&T with the iPhone, then you have unlimited data. No one will notice if you tether unless your data usage spikes from one month to another.
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    jmwerkus Active Member

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    ok cool thx

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