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Thread: Does wireless tether work on Froyo?

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    bb 0.4, nextheme, p3 124-800mhz kernal. had a problem in the past .2.1 froyo with the pre2 version i got off google site. would not work, the i downloaded the version listed in market and it worked fine.

    check your permissions, i know thats part of it
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    what permission should i check?

    Thanks
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    Yes, Tethering as I type from my laptop.
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    Continental,

    I am having the same issues, did you find a fix?
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    I am having the same issues as continental. I am currently using Chevy's 1.0 LV kernel, and wondering if the low voltage is causing the issue.

    Frustrating, because it appears everything is working and connected, but I cannot get any webpages to load on the PC...
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    Quote Originally Posted by continental View Post
    I have the same problem as Tia. I start wireless tether with no errors other devices connect and i allow access control, but when i try to use the internet in other devices connected to droid phone i get no internet.

    FYI running p3 kernel 1250 and wireless tether 2.0.5 pre2. Anything more i should be running or missing.

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    ALonso
    I got mine running by using wireless_tether_2.0.5_pre3_test
    If you go to all adownloads you will see it

    I also had to ensure access control was disabled
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    Mine works well. No problems.
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