Gingerbread..Wireless Tether...and the Future of Locked down Phones (Razor...efuses)

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Global Development' started by xythil, Nov 8, 2011.

  1. xythil

    xythil Member

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    Hi I have 3 simple questions/concerns...

    1) Has a work around been found to the wireless tether block on gingerbread?? If so..where is it?

    2) How was wireless tether blocked...wired tether works fine... can anyone explain?

    3) Are we moving into an age where these jerks lock us out of our own phones? What is the future of phones? No rooting? How do we fight against them telling us how we can use stuff we pay for?
     
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    As for wireless tether on gingerbread, if you look in the d2g hacks section there are multiple threads containing the fix. It involves using a piece of software called radiocomm to "hack" your phones radio.

    Sent from my DROID2 GLOBAL using Tapatalk
     
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    anyudpate on this stuff? I Want wireless tehter
     
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    Just run "wireless tether" (on froyo) or "Open garden" (on Gingerbread).

    Whala. Connected...

    No special hacks (other than root), no scripts, no Custom ROMs neccessary.

    sent from

    Droid 2 Global running CM7GB

    Sorry. To do it THIS way you either have to root (to do this for free) or use the stock pay-extra-to-use carrier-bloatware app
     
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