So far FoxFi is working fine. I would like to have a backup plan in case future OS updates find a way to block FoxFi.
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There are some reports that Verizon has caught on and has started to charge for Hot Spot. Read the reviews, especially the ones in recent days.
Greg on May 5, 2012 (Version 1.81)Gotta love Verizon
Download this app and it worked great for a couple of days. Then Verizon caught on and put a stop to it. I have a Motorola Droid2 X. Everything was working great, then I started to get a message when I tried to tether that my phone could not be used as a wifi hotspot unless I contact verizon.
Peggy on May 5, 2012 (Version 1.81)verizon will charge
Was going to give 5 stars bwcause it runs good and could use with xbox360 till i got my bill. I was under the impression verizon would not charge as it bypasses their system. Got my bill today and low and behold they detected i was using hotspot thru this program the first time i started it and they activated my hotspot thru their system so got charged an extra $20/mon fee for hotspot. I will not be using this program again and i recommend anyone with verizon not use it either especially razr owners, you will get activated mt $30/mon for 4g hotspot as my husband did.Conner on May 4, 2012 (Version 1.81)Charged
Worked great until I got a text from the company I use saying that I'm being charged because of this app.
Last edited by Trash Can; 05-06-2012 at 10:22 AM.
Def a good idea. I havent been using it like crazy, just twice for a couple hours each time. It works great. Hopefully we can continue to use it.Originally Posted by Trash Can
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Any rooted users can adjust their settings using SQlite. By altering "entitlement check" under settings in SQlite. This will let your razr connect and bypass the account checker.
I've not heard any issues doing it this way. Since it's a registry setting adjustment I'm thinking it slides under their radar.