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Old September 12th, 2012, 08:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone confirm this working for their device on vm? Has anyone got error 67 using this?

EDIT: This indeed works, but only certain devices can connect via adhoc. Rooted android tablets and phones will be able to connect via adhoc, but I have to find out how.
All iDevices will connect.
Laptops that support adhoc will connect.
Refer to the posts below on how to set this up.

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it works for me i dont get any errors
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works for me, used the poot apk root method, worked with my laptop.
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Which program are you guys using to tether?
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Which program are you guys using to tether?

Wifi tether for root users.
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So this one gives no errors??
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So this one gives no errors??
I've been using wifi tether for root users with no errors.

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Idk why it would give you errors anyways. I use Barnacle tether, just to be safe. Not really anyone has problems with that one.
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Okay, so how would I go about setting it up? I heard about someone getting error 67 after turning 3g on when using the hot spot. Do you enable 3g, then enable the hot spot? I want to be completely sure before I try it because I have already stressed my mom out by bricking my phone and having to get a replacement.
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The worst thing that can happen is you get an error 67 which can be fixed with a call to Virgin Mobile support. Turn your 3g on first but I don't think it matters. I'm not sure about the encryption setup method, but I was playing around with the settings trying to get it to work and this is what ended up working for me:

1. Go in to the settings and click Change Setup-Method and change it to WEXT (ad-hoc)

2. Then click Encryption setup method and change it to wpa_supplicant

3. After my computer connected, I went back to the main screen and pressed the menu button, then clicked Access Control.. It showed my computer, and I clicked the check box next to my computer and then clicked apply, then it let me tether.

I think you can actually just turn off the access control, but this is what finally worked for me so I stopped messing with it.
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The worst thing that can happen is you get an error 67 which can be fixed with a call to Virgin Mobile support. Turn your 3g on first but I don't think it matters. I'm not sure about the encryption setup method, but I was playing around with the settings trying to get it to work and this is what ended up working for me:

1. Go in to the settings and click Change Setup-Method and change it to WEXT (ad-hoc)

2. Then click Encryption setup method and change it to wpa_supplicant

3. After my computer connected, I went back to the main screen and pressed the menu button, then clicked Access Control.. It showed my computer, and I clicked the check box next to my computer and then clicked apply, then it let me tether.

I think you can actually just turn off the access control, but this is what finally worked for me so I stopped messing with it.

Awesome. It works. Is it safe to use data on my phone while tethering?
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Awesome. It works. Is it safe to use data on my phone while tethering?
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Awesome man. Thanks a lot for your help.
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No problem, glad it worked.
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One last question. Can you hook up more than one device?
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I've posted this in the Nexus 7 forums:
http://androidforums.com/nexus-7/617036-nexus-7-does-not-see-my-phones-tethered-wifi.html

But since it could be an issue related to the phone and not the Nexus 7 (given the OE's wifi tether issues), I'm re: posting here.

I'm using WiFi Tether for Root, since it has yet to bork my phone with Error 67, but the same thing has happened with other tether apps. My netbook, with it's crappy old RealTek wifi card, can pick up the open network "AndroidTether" (the default network name), but my Nexus 7 doesn't see it at all. The N7 sees other networks just fine.

Anyone have a clue what could cause this?
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I've posted this in the Nexus 7 forums:
http://androidforums.com/nexus-7/617036-nexus-7-does-not-see-my-phones-tethered-wifi.html

But since it could be an issue related to the phone and not the Nexus 7 (given the OE's wifi tether issues), I'm re: posting here.

I'm using WiFi Tether for Root, since it has yet to bork my phone with Error 67, but the same thing has happened with other tether apps. My netbook, with it's crappy old RealTek wifi card, can pick up the open network "AndroidTether" (the default network name), but my Nexus 7 doesn't see it at all. The N7 sees other networks just fine.

Anyone have a clue what could cause this?

It may not take ad-hoc connections, only infrastructure. That is just a thought.
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It may not take ad-hoc connections, only infrastructure. That is just a thought.
Does the OE do wifi tether differently than other phones? Looking through the Nexus 7 forums, it seems that people with other phones/carriers (maybe other phones on VM as well) are able to tether the N7.
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Does the OE do wifi tether differently than other phones? Looking through the Nexus 7 forums, it seems that people with other phones/carriers (maybe other phones on VM as well) are able to tether the N7.

I don't know. Of all of the Android devices I tried connecting to my phone, none of them found my signal. I have tried 2 nook colors and a boost mobile phone. There may be a setting that I have to set up. It has worked on two ipods.
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I don't think you can tether more than one device at the same time with ad-hoc, and most tablets won't connect to ad-hoc. Here is a thread that might help. The guy in the last post said he tethered his Nexus 7 with his Elite.

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Does the OE do wifi tether differently than other phones? Looking through the Nexus 7 forums, it seems that people with other phones/carriers (maybe other phones on VM as well) are able to tether the N7.
AFAIK we can't do a full hotspot with the Elite, we can only do an ad-hoc connection.
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AFAIK we can't do a full hotspot with the Elite, we can only do an ad-hoc connection.

I would believe that infrastructure would be able to give you an error 67, so I wouldn't try it. I don't know why I can't connect to a friends android though.
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I've been using WiFi Tether since my Poot Root without issues bit I do have to say that I did like the hotspot functionality that Quick Settings gave me with my old OV. Anyone try Quick Settings since Poot Root to get into the system hotspot feature (if there is one)?
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I've been using WiFi Tether since my Poot Root without issues bit I do have to say that I did like the hotspot functionality that Quick Settings gave me with my old OV. Anyone try Quick Settings since Poot Root to get into the system hotspot feature (if there is one)?

I dont know if there is a hotspot feature, but im pretty sure we could find out. I know vm has a tethering plan, so it's possible.
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The worst thing that can happen is you get an error 67 which can be fixed with a call to Virgin Mobile support. Turn your 3g on first but I don't think it matters. I'm not sure about the encryption setup method, but I was playing around with the settings trying to get it to work and this is what ended up working for me:

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3. After my computer connected, I went back to the main screen and pressed the menu button, then clicked Access Control.. It showed my computer, and I clicked the check box next to my computer and then clicked apply, then it let me tether.

I think you can actually just turn off the access control, but this is what finally worked for me so I stopped messing with it.

Would I get error 67 if I used auto for the setup method?
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I think it just won't work and you won't get an error but Idk.
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Why put it on auto when he just told you what makes it work? Sometimes things work better when done manually.
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Why put it on auto when he just told you what makes it work? Sometimes things work better when done manually.

Because it may not be ad-hoc, it may be an AP, and alot of devices dont connect to ad-hoc.
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AFAIK, the Elite is only capable of providing a WEXT ad hoc AP, so using the auto setting should default to that.

That worked fine for my tablet when I was running CM9 (ICS). After switching to CM10 (Jelly Bean), my tablet wasn't capable of connecting to an ad hoc AP. I think that is expected behavior in most currently available Jelly Bean releases. It will not work with ad hoc connections, at least not yet. So on CM10, I just use Bluetooth tethering instead.
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AFAIK, the Elite is only capable of providing a WEXT ad hoc AP, so using the auto setting should default to that.

That worked fine for my tablet when I was running CM9 (ICS). After switching to CM10 (Jelly Bean), my tablet wasn't capable of connecting to an ad hoc AP. I think that is expected behavior in most currently available Jelly Bean releases. It will not work with ad hoc connections, at least not yet. So on CM10, I just use Bluetooth tethering instead.

How would I go about setting up bluetooth tethering?
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After reading this thread it seems as though an ad-hoc connection is the safe route in not getting the data error 67. However, I just feel safe asking if it's safe using the supported widget that comes with WiFi Tether for Root?

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After reading this thread it seems as though an ad-hoc connection is the safe route in not getting the data error 67. However, I just feel safe asking if it's safe using the supported widget that comes with WiFi Tether for Root?

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Yes. All this does is enable or disable the hotspot i believe.
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How would I go about setting up bluetooth tethering?
Install the FoxFi app on the Elite FoxFi Installer

Install the PdaNet Tablet app on your tablet By downloading it from the Play Store.

IIRC, the PdaNet Tablet app will guide you through the process of connecting. If you still need help, just ask.
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Oh and- how does the wifi hotspot work with foxfi?
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I don't recommend using the WiFi hotspot feature of FoxFi, since I got a temporary error 67 when I tried. I only had to reboot to get my data connection back, rather than resetting the phone and reactivating, but I may have just been lucky.

The Bluetooth DUN tethering feature is safe and worked well.
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