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Old Sep 6, 2010, 01:49 PM   #1
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Enable tethering via APN settings?

A lot of you may say "well why don't you just pay for tethering?" Well, I can't. Until November when my Verizon contract goes up my iPhone 3GS is on a GoPhone plan and tethering isn't an option. When I had it jailbroken on 4.0.1 with TetherMe it worked fine, but now I am on 4.1. Currently I am using APN carrier settings to enable 3G data since it isn't available on default with a GoPhone plan. Anyway, I was looking at ways to tether without a jailbreak and the only ways are via APN carrier settings. Although, all the ones I have looked at a only work with 3.x. Does anyone know of a way to tether via APN carrier settings on 4.x or perhaps another way?

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