New iPad VZ Personal Hotspot Disappeared!

gottafly

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Original poster
Aug 26, 2008
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I may be losing it, but I don't think so.

I just noticed that the Personal Hotspot menu item has just disappeared from my settings on my new iPad.

I've only used it a few times ( I use my iPhone for it ) and not in a couple/few weeks, but it's no longer there.

Am I crazy or has anyone else seen this?
 

gottafly

macrumors regular
Original poster
Aug 26, 2008
163
13
I may be losing it, but I don't think so.

I just noticed that the Personal Hotspot menu item has just disappeared from my settings on my new iPad.

I've only used it a few times ( I use my iPhone for it ) and not in a couple/few weeks, but it's no longer there.

Am I crazy or has anyone else seen this?
Never mind. Had a complete newb moment. It was turned off under General\network. Duh
 
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TyroneShoes2

macrumors regular
Aug 17, 2011
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I didn't have that exact problem, but my HS setting keeps greying out, and it takes a full reboot of the iPad to get it available again.

As sandboxed as the iPad is supposed to be, there are conflicts. For instance, My Virtual Pool HD app will crash (not that happy with the last refresh of this, BTW) if Notability is running at the same time.

Ipad. Not perfect; but pretty close. :)
 
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noteple

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Aug 30, 2011
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I didn't have that exact problem, but my HS setting keeps greying out, and it takes a full reboot of the iPad to get it available again.

As sandboxed as the iPad is supposed to be, there are conflicts. For instance, My Virtual Pool HD app will crash (not that happy with the last refresh of this, BTW) if Notability is running at the same time.

Ipad. Not perfect; but pretty close. :)
Things that crave memory like a virtual HD dont crash they abend with
a low memory warning that you never see when its in use by other apps.
 
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lmclemons1

macrumors newbie
Sep 25, 2012
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Culprit: ONAVO

Delete Onavo App then
Remove the certificate and the personal hostspot will appear.

Goto settings->general->profiles

You will find the ONAVO certificate there. Click remove.

Then check again the settings for the personal hotspot option.

Try rebooting if it doesn't show up immediately.
LC
 
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