android 4.1 on RAZR

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  1. joshxdroid

    joshxdroid Senior Member

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    This is for the international x910 not ours x912. plus no camera support yet. If they ported over to x912 and fix the camera/camcorder for it I will give it a try.
     
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    joshxdroid Senior Member

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    Thanks for the clarification. I did notice the camera issue also.
     
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    Is it true foxfi doesn't work on 4.1?????

    point of origin
     
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    lakerkev New Member

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    My brother is running 4.1 on his gnex and from what he has told me that is correct. Foxfi does not work for him on 4.1
     
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    Shouldn't we be able to use Verizon's tethering app for free now that the FCC has ruled it was illegal for them to block the feature and charge for access? Has anyone tried this?
     
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    I think the point of the ruling was that Verizon couldn't block third party apps that do tethering; i didn't see anywhere that they would be required to make their own free.

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    The FCC ruled that Verizon couldn't block third party applications and the only way to charge was if they used their (verizon's) service ie their app. Verizon has decided to still charge their unlimited data customers the $30.00 fee per month to access the tethering and the FCC went along with it changing their ruling to have the exception that they can only charge those who pay for unlimited but if they are per bit charge then they can use the data how ever that person sees fit.