If you took the Kit Kat update on your T-mobile Moto X then you probably noticed that wifi tethering no longer works. That is unless you have a tethering plan. There is now a quick and easy method for reenabling free tethering on your T-mobile Nexus 4, or Moto X. There are a few methods to get it working again. One method is super easy but requires a usb cable and an app. There is another method that requires root, adb, and command line knowledge. There is a third method that requires root and the use of the Sqlite editor app. Step 1: Backup your device. A full Nandroid backup is recommended just incase you mess anything up. Step 2: Install SQLite Editor it is $2.99 on the play store Step 3: Open SQLite Editor, grant root, choose Settings Storage Step 4: It will search for and find "settings.db" choose that Step 5: while in settings.db choose "global" Step 6: you get a table with "id name and value" columns, click the + sign on the top right to add a new entry (in the name field, name it "tether_dun_required" in the value field type 0, tap on save the entry then exit the app Step 7: Go to your APN settings (Settings, More > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names) and you'll notice two APN's there. One labeled "DUN" and one labeled "fast.t-mobile.com." Click on the name of "DUN" and you'll see all of its settings. Hit the menu key in the top right, and choose Delete APN. Step 8: Use the proper APN be sure you are using the "fast.t-mobile.com" for IPV4 Step 9: Reboot and Profit! Method found Here Thanks @mattlgroff for the tip!