Droid X and tethering

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  1. gl12ox05

    gl12ox05 New Member

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    I saw a post that the Droid Incredible could tether at no extra cost. It just required an app. Anybody know if the Droid X can do the same thing.

    I also saw that you could use the droid x as a mobile hotspot, but it would cost $20 extra. I dont want that.
     
  2. crunkman989

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    Droid X Tethering

    From what I've heard the later Droid models has an app that can be obtained from the market. But as far as the Droid X having an installable app like this.....I haven't heard anything yet.....but I'm sure it does.
    Good luck on your search.
     
  3. Jaxidian

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    For $20 per month extra and limited to 2gb of data
     
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    I used tether for my BB storm to my Dell 6000 and it was sooo good that I will look for it when I get my new X tomorrow (15th) from Verizon. So good that I got rid of the $60/month connect that verizon offered, and used tether exclusively. The only problem I had was downloading movies with it...it took quite a while, but for email and Internet...you cant beat it. I found tether for $29 for the Storm; a one time fee vs. $60 per month for verizon.

    If I can find tether for the X, that is a purchase right there! Next will be a call to Freedon Keyboards to get the Freedom 2 to pair with the X. I had to deal with them when I upgraded the storm to 5.0.0.328 and within 2 weeks they had the fixes going and paired beautifully. Thing I like about the Freedom was that I could leave it paired all day and just one key click reconnected with the storm immediately, even after hours of standby. Oh and battery??? I'd say 3 months at several hours per day.

    Now...where's datebk 6 for Droid?????
     
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    wa2ddl New Member

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    Oh, one more thing...when the Droid X does arrive tomorrow, I am throwing the Storm into the ocean. It has caused me more grief and talk about hanging...even with the latest and greatest software from the brightest minds of Canada.

    Get another Blackberry??? NEVER!!!
     
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    where will u throw out ur storm? i will do da same!!!
     
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    I live on the ocean in Florida, it'll go out there, in the salt water while still up and running. Send me yours, I'll throw it out there, too and video it on the new Droid X to send back to you for hours of enjoyment!
     
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    PDANet has a Droid version. My Dad is running it on his Incred. We've been using it for years on our WinMo phones.

    Great little program, you need to connect via USB, but that's fine for my purposes.
     
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    It is what i use. Will be using it on the X
     
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    Don't throw your stom's intot he ocean, please mail them to me so i may sell to crackberries who haven't yet seen the light. :)
     
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    I threw (dropped) mine in a pool, and thus I am getting a Droid X :).
     
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