Tethering to Nook Color or other tablets

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  1. h_10

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    Sorry if already posted. Search feature works but wading through all the results isn't so great.

    A few questions.

    1. Many have quoted that VZW and other carriers can know if you are using wireless tethering or PDAnet. My question is how?
    - Supposed the packets are different from desktop versus mobile user agent. However, I can enable desktop user agent on my Droid. So w/ that said, how can they know?

    2. If I tether to my Nook Color or other tablet, how will VZW know? Can they know?

    Thanks.
     
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    IT voids your TOS.

    In turn your are a BAD person!



    Root your phone use wireless tether!
     
  3. h_10

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    i've been rooted for over a year. i'm an extremely bad person.

    i use wireless tether. just wanted to know if big red could tell if you are tethered to pc using pdanet and to tablet using wireless tether.
     
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    They could use ip packet info to tell.but with a nook running android might be harder to detect than win or mac.
     
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