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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by frenchy714, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. frenchy714

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    I'm using Myn Warm TwoPointTwo. Does Sprint's Wifi Hot Spot work for free on this ROM?? And if so, how can we use their hot spot through this ROM w/o being charged? Thanks in advance!
     

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    Yes and Yes.
     
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    Awesome! So just so I'm clear, w/ this ROM you don't need wifi tether and you can use Sprint's Hot Spot for free? Would you happen to know how it's possible to use Sprint's Hot Spot w/o getting charged?
     
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    I still prefer the wireless tether app as Sprint's Hotspot doesn't show a temp reading for the battery (which can sometimes heat up when using wireless tethering)
     
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    I have yet to be able to actually browse the web using the Sprint HotSpot with Warm. I can connect devices no problem but they can never actually get out to the web.

    I haven't tried it with RLS3 yet.

    But, yeah, I know other folks are getting it to work without issue.

    I don't know how it's getting done. I consider it like sausage-making. I don't wanna know how it gets made. I just want it to taste good. :)
     
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    You just use it. It'll work. And it will NOT charge you. If it weren't unlocked, it would give you some sort of message when you opened it, telling you that you had to upgrade to use it.
     
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    I've used both on Warm Rls 3 and really prefer Wireless Tether. Sprint Hotspot just seems to open pages slower. I don't know why.

    I have found that it is a little picky on rather it will let your computer connect or not to the internet. Therefore I found wireless tether just to be more reliable.
     
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    make sure you can access superuser, and tell it to always accept :)
     
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    I have had both Wireless Tether and HotSpot set to always accept from the beginning. It's something else, but thanks for the response. :)
     
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