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Last edited by oldguy; 01-06-2012 at 01:37 PM. Reason: typo
It seems pretty straightforward to me. You bought the device and service based on a set of capabilities and an agreement that you would use your device on their network in a certain way. No more, no less. Tethering isn't on the list.
Ergo, by enabling tethering on your phone, you are using the device on their network in a way that is outside the bounds of the contract. You're stealing.
Again, I don't care, and I do it to, but don't try and convince yourself that you're somehow righteous and on the right side of the law.
Robbing the rich to give to the poor is still robbing. Don't confuse morality with legality.
Last edited by oldguy; 01-06-2012 at 03:44 PM. Reason: typo
Oldguy I agree. If contracts were meant to be for the customer's benefit they would be two lines long. "You pay your bill. We'll give you whatever services are available on the phone you own."
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define modifying your device beyond manufacturer specifications...dont forget the manufacturers make the phone hardware, not the OS (at least not the core of the OS) so if unlocking bootloaders, rooting and romming was to be pinned to a "manufacturer" then the manufacturer would be google who obviously fully supports and encourages all of that
My cMetal 11.0 rom for the verizon galaxy nexus
Phone- The GALAXY NEXUS LTE all the
Rom- My own cMetal 11.0 rom (linaro enhanced cm-11.0)
Kernel- ASKP or my modified mpokang v10 superram kernel
previous phone the trusty ol' droid 1