PdaNet has me tethered right now. Awesome!

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by dschwa, Feb 26, 2010.

  1. dschwa

    dschwa Well-Known Member
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    Here I am without power, on generator, no Internet and no TV. I've had 3G on the Droid all day, then I remembered that I downloaded pdanet from june fabrics. I used it years ago on my Treo so I decided to try again with the 64 bit version on my windows 7.

    With this software you have to follow the instructions explicitly. Disconnect the phone from PC when told etc. It takes about 5 minutes then bingo, my notebook is connected to the 3G Internet using my Droid connected by USB. It supposedly works with bluetooth also.

    June Fabrics PDA Technology Group

    PdaNet is highly recommended for those in need of a tether.
    :p:p
     

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  2. yea we all know about and love the app... you work for there marketing team? if not apply. lol
     
  3. dschwa

    dschwa Well-Known Member
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    :D

     
  4. slarti

    slarti Well-Known Member
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    Or if you want to tether a computer that runs any OS, root your phone and install the cyanogen mod. This supports tethering by BT, wifi, USB, it supports Windoze, Mac and Linux and best of all it's free
     
  5. dschwa

    dschwa Well-Known Member
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    I prefer not to root with my phone and pdanet works great for free. I actually bought it for my treo but the only real dif. is ssl support.

     
  6. i use the free version and have no issues at all :)
     
  7. TheBrit

    TheBrit Well-Known Member
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    My HTC Hero tethers 'out of the box' and I'm using it now with my laptop.
     

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