pdanet tether won't stay active

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    I have a verizon motorola droid and have installed pdanet to try to tether. It's fabulously simple and effective to get online. (especially compared to vzmanager). the problem comes in a couple of minutes when the connection is dropped by the phone i think. first the speed dies then the connection completely dies and i have to start over. Anybody else having this problem?

    I have tried killing all the apps except pdanet on the droid to no avail. And yes i have tried the automated search function for this forum (and the manual one too). So if this is ofn, i apologize. This is my first post. [​IMG]

    (I tried this on another forum with no response, lets hope i do better here!)
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    What version. are you running? it was just updated a day ago to 2.0. I have no problems.
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    ver 2.11

    and i guess im glad to know its working for somebody as its supposed to. I just am not sure what to fiddle with to make it work.
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