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    Tethering up and running on droid

    I got me a droid this morning for 188 at walmart and absolutley love it i have tethering via usb or bluetooth fully operational with the newest android pdanet software and motorolas newest droid drivers
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    With no charges from Verizon? Link please!
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    yes with no additional charges you can google pdanet for android and also go to motorola dot com and support for the drivers. ( although pdanet is free for the first 30 days then after that it cost 29.95) but by then there will be somone else who has a free one
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    How-To, Walk-Through with pics would be awesome!
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    ok im sorry i have never posted before when i go to google i type in ( pdanet android ) click the june fabric dot com link it gives you 2 to choose from 32bit and 64bit pick wich operating system your running. then download that while that takes place browse to motorola dot com click consumer good then click support find your phone on the right click software and drivers and download the usb drivers then run pdanet dot exe you download when it ask you to plug in your device install the usb drivers then plug in your device. after that go to your device you will see pdanet in your app start in and turn it on the click ok on your computer and your done
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    WARNING!!

    Please be careful tethering with PDANet.

    I know people who have gotten caught by Verizon for unauthorized tethering (tethering without a plan) and were charged for all data used.
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    thanks for the warning but i have used this program every since my first windows mobile phone and have never had problems. your laptop just uses the data from the phone and not through verizons high priced tethering option that isnt even available until sometime next year hopefully soon somone will do a wifi tethering
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    Quote Originally Posted by thericksonebay View Post
    thanks for the warning but i have used this program every since my first windows mobile phone and have never had problems. your laptop just uses the data from the phone and not through verizons high priced tethering option that isnt even available until sometime next year hopefully soon somone will do a wifi tethering
    wow great job by you... set it up in 2 minutes, and it works like a charm (albeit a little slow)...

    how can VZN tell whether you are tethering or using data directly on the cellphone?
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    If you have an unusual amount of data going through (like if you're torrenting) that could probably raise some red flags Other than the amount of data used, there's no way they can tell..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baconstrip View Post
    If you have an unusual amount of data going through (like if you're torrenting) that could probably raise some red flags Other than the amount of data used, there's no way they can tell..
    gotcha... but if you have an unlimited plan, VZN should keep their trap shut. there are apps on android that can consume quite a lot of bandwidth, from what i've seen...

    now if you're downloading 50 gigs a week, then MAYBE a red flag should come up :lol:
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