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Old December 13th, 2010, 08:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi Guys i recently got my zio i rooted with androot, i downloaded the wifi tethering app but it gives me this Error...

"No NetFilter!"

"Sorry, but your kernel does not have all necessary features for running this application"

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Well I did the same thing last night but I can tether! I had purchased Easy Tether and had installed it for wired tether. It is a ten dollar app. Well I think that the kernel of that program made it possible for the Wifi Tether app I downloaded to work. I am presently tethered to my netbook and posting this. It asked me if I wanted to give it super user access, I clicked yes and everything is running fine. I used Androot, Super Manager, Easy Tether, and Wireless Tether for Root Users. Everything is working fine !!!!!!
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Confirmed working on my Sprint on 2.2 froyo as well
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For Cricket Users, you can open up your File Manager, make sure to have R/W access, and go to data/FLEX/cci_ro.prop and open in text editor. Then find the line that says ro.tether.denied=True and edit the True to say False. Make sure you capitalize the F. It should prevent Cricket from seeing any data used by the tether.
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Well I did the same thing last night but I can tether! I had purchased Easy Tether and had installed it for hack wifi tether. It is a ten dollar app. Well I think that the kernel of that program made it possible for the wep crack backtrack Tether app I downloaded to work. I am presently tethered to my netbook and posting this. It asked me if I wanted to give it super user access, I clicked yes and everything is running fine. I used Androot, Super Manager, Easy Tether, and wpa cracking Tether for Root Users. Everything is working fine !!!!!!
Confirmed working on my Sprint on 2.2 froyo as well
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For Cricket Users, you can open up your File Manager, make sure to have R/W access, and go to data/FLEX/cci_ro.prop and open in text editor. Then find the line that says ro.tether.denied=True and edit the True to say False. Make sure you capitalize the F. It should prevent Cricket from seeing any data used by the tether.
yo i didnt kno how 2 do any of wat you said man...
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I used to use Barnacle Wifi Tether on my Zio. Worked great never had a problem.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.szym.barnacle&hl=en
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