Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Trident, Mar 12, 2010.
What kernels currently support the "Wired Tether" app?
Are you talking about:
Tether (Beta): Enable Tethering on Android Platform Easily | Gadgets DNA
I am going to give it a try. My guess is there would be less problems as it is a simpler than WIFI.
That's the one. I can't seem to find any kernels that support it though. Looks like the kernel would have to have RNDIS features enabled. Let me know if you have any success. Here is the link to download the .apk file.
FWIW, Koush's CM5 has wired tether built in.
However, I don't think the kernel is compatible with any other ERE/ESE ROMs.
That is where my problem lies. I'm currently running Bugless Beast V0.8..
Do you need https support?
Otherwise, couldn't you just use the free version of PDAnet?
You could try asking Chevy or AdamZ to include it in a future build too.
I'm wondering what all the buzz I'm hearing about this new tethering app is, and why PdaNet (which we've had forever and can work on out-of-the-box Droids) wouldn't just accomplish the same thing.
It isn't a major issue for me. I have wifi tethering working just fine. It would just be nice to have the USB option as well. I think I'll send a PM to Chevy and ask him about it.