Mobile Hotspot Hack

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    This is my first registered post here. Although I am new here, I am not new to hacks (just haven't had the time to register).

    So I recently rooted my Bionic, and soon came to find out that tethering apps such as Barnicale, don't work as they did on my former Droid 2. So I read somewhere about SQL editor. I downloaded it and set the entitlement check for hotspot to 0 which did, in fact, allow my mobile hotspot app to work. Once a device connects to the hotspot after obtaining an IP successfully, it seems to drop the IP and of course internet access. Other Wifi Tether Apps still do not work. I have tried everything I can think of to keep the mobile hotspot connected.

    And on a side note, if I am using the mobile hotspot app for a long time, or turning it on and off, I get random reboots.

    Is anyone else having issues? Does anyone know a work around to get my device to tether without using PDAnet? (I want to surf secure sites as well)

    Thanks! :hail:
     
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    There is no need for PDAnet, the bionic comes with usb tethering right out of the box. As for wi-fi, google wi-fi tethering app beta-11, That works
     
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    I noticed the word beta in there. Can I just find it on google?
     
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    Thanks for your help. I'll give it a try :hail:
     
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    Anytime man, good luck
     
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    No need to root or hack anything with a Foxfi hotspot
     
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    foxifi is supposed to be good or use sql lite to edit the stock mobile hotspot app database. all other mobile hotspot from the app store or that i have seen are ad hoc which means tablets usually will not link up to them. . ad hoc is not a complete routing solution for wifi.

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    OK so I am still having the same issue. I have used SQL Lite to edit the entitlement and even changed my IP, SM, and gateway (on my laptop) to match the settings in Mobile Hotspot SQL edit functions. I get a stable connection with no errors and it says internet access. Even with a static IP I just can't get out. It also does the same with USB tether. I have tried Foxfi and wifi tether beta 11 with the same results. I can not find anything in SQL Lite that I can change that will get it to work more than 5 minutes. I have tried multiple laptops. Same result. AArrrgh!!! lol
     
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    Sent from my DROID BIONIC using DroidForums
     
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    Yeah I am rooted. And SU request shows that app listed
     
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    When you turn the the app on do you see su permission granted ,it should flash a small blue box and then the app will begin to transmit? If not, unistall the app and reinstall .....Maybe even spf back and start fresh. Something isn't right .
     
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    Well, it seems it has been awhile, any news?
     
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