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Old June 12th, 2012, 04:42 PM   #51 (permalink)
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lots newbies on the forums......just change your user agent on your computer's browsers. prob solved!
What about using tethering on Xbox 360. was able to do it but since Friday its been saying connection problem. Any ideas how to fix it?

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What about using tethering on Xbox 360. was able to do it but since Friday its been saying connection problem. Any ideas how to fix it?
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What about using tethering on Xbox 360. was able to do it but since Friday its been saying connection problem. Any ideas how to fix it?
Just a speculation but i havnt been able to tether to my ipod touch anymore well atleast browse on safari anymore but cant say if its beacause of the slow speeds lately or if metro is adding more stuff to their filter black list...... and if so im sorry to say i dont think we can bypass on other mobile devices unless their user agent code is somehow also modified. as far as xbox 360 or ps3 or any other gaming console sorry ya on ya own on that.
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i have another solution people and its been working for me for pc, go to the android market and download Droid Vpn its a green icon, make an account and press start , thats all u need to do, its a vpn so its using a server fooling metropcs. lol hope this helps you guys! just try!
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ill try that out sounds interesting
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yeah its been working for me for a few months now , ive had no problems, but after a while u need to buy the unlimited plan which sucks but hey look on the bright side it works!
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VPN: Virtual private network is a way to encrypt all your internet traffic between you and us and pass it out
through us. Those on your local network, whether a public wifi or other unsecure location, will be unable to see what you do or the data you pass.
(Ty google Lol)
It comes installed in android. Its in Wirelesses & Networks>VPN Settings.
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Hey Guys its me a again i made a post for a solution to this if you need help A solution for getting around metropcs's data cap/ blocks
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Thats exactly right people dont even know its right under their nose lmao its really useful
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I was wondering if anyone knows how I can tether my android tablet to my esteem?
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youtube and streaming sites do not work when using this string. Do you know a way around this?
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does work i was just using it a few min ago.
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YouTube works yeah but listen. I've been using pdanet for a few weeks now and
it literally took the block off. I don't know what it uses but I have access to all websites and my Steam works flawlessly now. Try it out the trial lasts about a month I think.

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It's not solved. Browsing via user agent string has too many limitations.
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I'm telling you pdanet lifts the block. Try it

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well if u want to be using your phone's mobile connection but dont want your net to be running on mobile mode then try deathrow's method and try pdanet i can get full site version of any site with my tethering method even facebook u just gotta find that option on sites.
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Your right about PDAnet. I'm using it paid for the pro and have had no problems but my friend who has the Esteem and paid for the PDAnet gets that annoying Metro notification and has even got a text message warning him if he didn't cease using his phone to connect to the internet they would cancel his 4G plan

WTF??? Any ideas? He is running Broken Out and I'm running #2 but I doubt that has anything to do with it. Also we changed the string as mentioned earlier and that didn't really help much. He doesn't want to spend any more money so right now DroidVPN isnt an option but it shouldn't be if PDAnet works on all phones the same.
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Your right about PDAnet. I'm using it paid for the pro and have had no problems but my friend who has the Esteem and paid for the PDAnet gets that annoying Metro notification and has even got a text message warning him if he didn't cease using his phone to connect to the internet they would cancel his 4G plan

WTF??? Any ideas? He is running Broken Out and I'm running #2 but I doubt that has anything to do with it. Also we changed the string as mentioned earlier and that didn't really help much. He doesn't want to spend any more money so right now DroidVPN isnt an option but it shouldn't be if PDAnet works on all phones the same.
Not doubting you but I would like to see a screen shot of that I've been the biggest tetherer on here I even went past my monthly allowance on my old plan 4 times and was throttled. I checked that pdanet thing but I don't like I have to USB cable wish there was a wireless way
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Not doubting you but I would like to see a screen shot of that I've been the biggest tetherer on here I even went past my monthly allowance on my old plan 4 times and was throttled. I checked that pdanet thing but I don't like I have to USB cable wish there was a wireless way
Well in fact my buddy broke down and tried DroidVPN... It works he hasn't stopped surfing since. I'm like you with downloading more than my plan calls for... I have the 2.5Gb 4G plan and I'm on the internet all the time and I hook my PS3 up to it too from my laptop. So I will swear by PDAnet and fortunately I don't need the DroidVPN
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now that im on the $55 plan i dont have to worry if i was you i would switch over.
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now that im on the $55 plan i dont have to worry if i was you i would switch over.
I'm pretty sure my plan is 50 for 2.5 Gb not exactly sure though.
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I'm pretty sure my plan is 50 for 2.5 Gb not exactly sure though.
yea that was my old plan u should upgrade its a limited promotional time offer.
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Ok I was able to get popular sites like youtube and facebook working with my wireless tether via user agent string. But what about sites that don't have desktop version options or sites that are less popular that happen to be incompatible with mobile browsers? Anybody have any ideas? I just want to surf the web freely without restrictions! I hate restrictions!
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use the Motorola Xoom user agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 3.0; en-us; Xoom Build/HRI39) AppleWebKit/534.13 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Safari/534.13
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For those of you more tech savvy, you can VPN to your home PC then use your home connection to browse anywhere you want.

Build Your Own VPN to Pimp Out Your Gaming, Streaming, Remote Access, and Oh Yeah, Security

If you cannot follow that article, then don't attempt it.
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yeah, but some people on this forum are using the tethering in spite of home internet! lol!

I guess VPN won't work for them, unless they wanna reroute traffic to their school/work and/or a trusted friend.

PS: No, I am NOT a trusted friend to anyone who asks...
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Build Your Own VPN to Pimp Out Your Gaming, Streaming, Remote Access, and Oh Yeah, Security

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if you know your friend using vpn????
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Hi guys ,

There is too much back and forth over this issue. There is a simple fix if you use Firefox . You can do this without any app , extension , or hacking the registry in windows.

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1. Open Firefox (Any Version)

2. In The address bar type about:config hit enter

3. Click The Ill be careful button this will not break your browser or your machine

4. Right click in the window and select new then select string

5. Give your string the name general.useragent.override

6.And set the value as Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.9.1.16) Gecko/20120421 Gecko Firefox/11.0



That is it this works with all devices not just metro
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Would this allow me to browse the web without the mobile restrictions?
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Download Pdanet. Problem solved.
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no for IE9 you have to download and install this file: Bayden Systems - UAPick

its what they call an user agent, than you have to go into the use agent and put this in the box, Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 2.2.1; en-us; SCH-R910 Build/FROYO)

on firefox you install https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/user-agent-switcher/

and then go into the use agent and put that same code Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 2.2.1; en-us; SCH-R910 Build/FROYO)

hope this helps you out

I downloaded the UA picker from Bayden and copy/pasted the quoted UA into the box. It worked fine for the few minutes i tried it in Atlanta for thanksgiving, but as soon as I got back to Miami, it didn't work again? Anybody else having this problem?
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Hi guys ,

There is too much back and forth over this issue. There is a simple fix if you use Firefox . You can do this without any app , extension , or hacking the registry in windows.

Instructions:


1. Open Firefox (Any Version)

2. In The address bar type about:config hit enter

3. Click The Ill be careful button this will not break your browser or your machine

4. Right click in the window and select new then select string

5. Give your string the name general.useragent.override

6.And set the value as Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.9.1.16) Gecko/20120421 Gecko Firefox/11.0



That is it this works with all devices not just metro

I tried this and followed the instruction exactly as printed above.... didn't work = (
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No caps.... I have d/l via tTorrent Pro over 132gb of movies a month.... d/l move to pc... start new download couldn't do that until they merged with t-mobile. Roughly about 566kb / sec... can't complain.
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No caps.... I have d/l via tTorrent Pro over 132gb of movies a month.... d/l move to pc... start new download couldn't do that until they merged with t-mobile. Roughly about 566kb / sec... can't complain.
?? huh ?? i understood the part of d/l 132gb but not the rest...
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Sorry you need http://android-wifi-tether.googlecode.com/files/wifi_tether_v3_1-beta14.apk for it to work flawlessly
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