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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by shawnely, Dec 27, 2012.

  1. shawnely

    shawnely Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I used foxfi before, but with Jellybean, its a no go. Is there an alternative for us non-rooted Note 2 users?
     

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  2. dave1812

    dave1812 Android Enthusiast

    sure there is. try Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot from the playstore.
     
  3. shawnely

    shawnely Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Is there a charge other than the $.99 from Verizon for using this?
     
  4. snsjets

    snsjets Member

    +1 for Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot Free. Works great, no charges.
     
  5. MaxBuck

    MaxBuck Member

    FoxFi works fine for me on the Note 2.
     
  6. SupperDroid

    SupperDroid Member

    Foxfi fine on JB Note2
     
  7. twister6

    twister6 Android Expert

    +1 No issues (on Verizon).

    Though, I do have a free version which I assume has a time out limitation. Btw, anybody knows what is a timeout with Foxfi on a free version? Is it fixed or variable?
     
  8. SupperDroid

    SupperDroid Member

    I think it is 15 min.
     
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  9. NeuDroid

    NeuDroid Well-Known Member

    What about for Tmo?
     
  10. girolez

    girolez Often Off Piste

    Hi

    So owners dont think they have to download anything,

    International GT-N7100 version has portable wifi hotspot/ USB tether and Bluetooth tether built in.

    Settings-wireless&networks-More settings.

    Roger
     
  11. vgp

    vgp Well-Known Member

    Im stuck on a plan, but i have been passing my phones down to my wife, so she still has the unlimited plan...with that said she just got the JB update on the S3 and I was using the FoxFi free and it works great. For Christmas we got a few Tablets and the free version only allowed me to used up to 15mb, i didnt notice a time limit though, so im guessing which ever comes first?!?!? Either way i purchased the upgrade for $6.00 and thne family was able to stream Netflix from it...two movies! I know im talking about the S3, but I figured I throw my expirence of FoxFi out ya.

    Good Luck!
     
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