Please do, I don't want MyWi. Not because it's paid, but because it uses Wi-Fi and it causes huge batery drain (even though it's plugged).I know, that's what I'm saying. I believe the file that needs to be modified to enable tethering is the USBEthernetSharing file on the iPhone itself. I'll be playing around with it tomorrow to see what I can find.
Mywi has greatly improved wifi and battery usage through their code. You can even control the wifi strength that your phone puts out, saving even more battery. Pony up the $20 for an excellent application.Please do, I don't want MyWi. Not because it's paid, but because it uses Wi-Fi and it causes huge batery drain (even though it's plugged).
I have an unlimited data plan. I'll use said data however I want.
more like guy paid for all the food in the world but is not allowed to share with his wife and kids. he paid for the food, he should be allowed to feed his family. i believe the other party is who is being "unethical."
Trying to skip out on buying MyWi for my iPhone 4. Anyone working on how to enable the stock tethering system w/out going through AT&T?
This will get you started...I would like to do this as well... I had native tethering enabled on my old 3.2 iPhone 3G and it was great. Not really interested in all of the bells and whistles that come with MyWi, and I am a big fan of bluetooth tethering as well. Diode, any chance you can post a link to the instructions you followed? Many thanks!