It seems Google stripped ICS of the ability to connect our ICS devices to our Android phones running a Wifi tether - no Ad-hoc/BSSI support, and as you will see in this massive thread (Issue 82 - android - wifi - support ad hoc networking - Android - An Open Handset Alliance Project - Google Project Hosting) They have refused to say anything at all on their support forums. We need to take this to greater levels, there is absolutely no excuse for them not to have left this ability to connect to ad-hoc unfixed! If someone who knows of on of those Petition sites like what we used on ASUS, we need it now for Google. This is a VERY serious issue. We must also take this to their Facebook pages. UPDATE: Found that wifi tether 3.1-beta6 is working, as long as you set it to infrastructure instead of ad-hoc. Only concern I have is, it turns on Sprint hotspot (or whatever carrier you're using I believe), but is it a hacked version of the hotspot app that doesn't notify the carrier that you are tethering, thus dodging the outrageous fee?