BlurryBread/Android-wifi-tether/SSL

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    So I've been running blurry bread. I installed android-wifi-tether, and tethered my laptop to my phone. But everytime I visit a site that requires SSL, stupid verizon intercepts the connection, telling me to subscribe to 3G mobile hotspot (which I have no intention of doing).

    Never had this problem when I was running rubiX 2.0.1

    Anyone have a workaround for this?
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    Just delete wifi tether..according to p3droid, vzw is tracking tethering sithout a plan
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    It's because gb detects you using the app and switches to tether mode. If you want to "risk it", you can flash the tether patch.
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    It sucks esp for those who didn't abuse the it. P3droid was writing people using over 140gb of data a month, using it for Xbox live, and other crazy things like that. I used tether, and never went past 6gb between that, cell phone data, Pandora etc
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    Stop tethering ASAP. Since you tried tethering you're going to have to watch out, you might get hit hard on your bill or something might happen to your phone service...
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    Hmm...I guess its back to froyo for me. Can't live without tethering.

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    What's the risk? The patch might not work? It might brick my phone?

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    It worked fine for me. I've never used over 5g, but I did remove it....(just in case there listening) haha

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    The risk is verizon finding out you've been tethering and charging you.
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    The whole thing is BS.I tried tethering on a GB,let them come after me,I used .89GB last month and 1.3GB this month....I have wifi home and at work...I only tethered 3x in 4 months,I just like to know its there in a pinch...its just like everything else,some people abuse it,and instead of taking them out,everyone pays...
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    Yeah. I'm not stressing it. But I rarely if ever use it myself. Like you said, just good to know it's there if you need it. Power outage, etc.
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    What about something like the full version of pda net? Supposedly it allows access to sites with SSL but I have never tried it.

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    I believe pda net is ok. Its just that the 3g mobile hotspot hack was breaking vzns tos. So.. they're. Sadly cracking down. :(

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    Agreed.....flashed patch. Only use it sparingly

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