Sweet, that was my goal, to make it extremely simpleI can confirm after I did this step and did the exe over again, it is now working flawlessly.OK, I had to go to bed so I see quite a few questions here. I will attempt to clear a few things up.
1) This exe can be run from anywhere on your computer. It installs NOTHING on your PC, it only automates the installs on your phone. Once complete, you never have to run it again unless you clear your phone. Only run the exe again if you have restored your phone.
2) This was coded up on Win7 x32. The executable literally is just a packager; the rest is just shell scripts.
That is weird ... did you try it again? For this to happen, wifi either installed to somewhere else on your phone ( not likely ) or it failed during installation. I would try to uninstall wifi-tether again, then enter this command from a DOS prompt:ok, I'll report it's not working for me I am rooted, have sirpsycho's recovery image, everything goes fine until when it says to try logging into tethering to start it it asks for permission, I select always, but it won't start tethering, it fails. I goto the next step and I get "failed on /data/data/android.tether/bin/tether.orig - Not a Directory Unable to chmod /data/data/android.tether/bin/tether: not a directory" Then tells me I'm ready for tether, but I'm obviously not. I will say I browsed to this location /data/data/android.tether/bin is a file, not a folder, thus there is no /data/data/android.tether/bin/tether.orig
adb shell busybox rm -rf /data/data/android.tether
Then run the exe again and report back. My x64 box is down and out, so I can't test on that.
Connected my laptop and watched a youtube video with no issue.
Thanks a million, this made the installation a breeze