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Not content to provide us with ClockworkMod Recovery and other fine hacks, Koush just made a free USB tethering app available for Android aptly called ClockworkMod Tether Alpha. While it's not the first app to bypass paid tethering plans, it supports unrooted phones and works with Linux, Mac an

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January 3, 2012 at 6:58AM
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The root, the root, the root is on fire! Well, not quite, but you just got another pretty splendiferous reason to hack your EVO: android-wifi-tether, an app doing exactly what its name suggests, has now been confirmed to support HTC's 4G-capable phone. There were apparently some compatibility issues

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When the Motorola DROID debuts in Verizon Wireless stores bright and early this Friday, one nice little feature that won't be making an appearance yet is tethering, for computing with your laptop on-the-go when that Android 2.0 interface just won't cut it. We're pretty sure that missing functionali

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According to folks over at Android Community, Google has begun to pull tethering applications from the G1's Market. One of the contributors to the \"WiFi Tether for Root Users\" app claims that the company is citing distribution agreements with carriers as the cause of the takedowns. In their words:G

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According to folks over at Android Community, Google has begun to pull tethering applications from the G1's Market. One of the contributors to the \"WiFi Tether for Root Users\" app claims that the company is citing distribution agreements with carriers as the cause of the takedowns. In their words:G

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Are you excited? Giddy? You should be. The inevitable has occurred, and even though it's far from elegant (and far from guaranteed-to-work), tethering on the T-Mobile G1 is a go. According to a few users over at TmoNews, this particular solution enables owners to share the G1's data connection via

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