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USB Tethering - Error Code 67

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sheaver, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. sheaver

    sheaver Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Had my EVO for a little over 3 hours and still getting Error Code 67 "Your PCS Vision username and/or password may be incorrect"

    I obviously expected some delay given today's launch but assumed about an hour at most....unless I've done somethign 'stoopid'.

    Any ideas or shoudl I just sit back and enjoy everything else for at least a few more hours....?

  2. avengence

    avengence Member

    Isn't it because they disabled tethering? I know its different than the mobile hotspot but maybe?

    Mine gives me the same error. So I used PDAnet and it worked fine.
  3. sheaver

    sheaver Lurker
    Thread Starter

    'Internet Sharing' via USB is available on the phone.....

    I can use data and web on the phone...just get the 67 error when I instantiate the Internet Sharing app.....
  4. ffyter

    ffyter Newbie

    I get the same error too.
  5. Rob_A

    Rob_A Android Expert

    damn.. did they disabled it? I got the same error
  6. Jordus

    Jordus Android Enthusiast

    No effing way im gonna choke dan hesse if they disabled USB tether.
  7. phalcon

    phalcon Newbie

    If you're tethering in windows you have to install HTC Sync first. I get the same error in Linux, but I don't have access to a Windows computer until I get home to try it on that.
  8. Jordus

    Jordus Android Enthusiast

    Just got the same error.
  9. Jordus

    Jordus Android Enthusiast

    Where do we g et HTC sync? The evo isnt even on their support site yet
  10. phalcon

    phalcon Newbie

    It should be on the support site, the user manual has been available since yesterday. HTC Sync should be on the SD card that came in your phone.
  11. GeneralPatton

    GeneralPatton Well-Known Member

    HTC Sync is on the SD Card in your phone.

    I have yet to try the USB Tethering.
  12. sheaver

    sheaver Lurker
    Thread Starter

    The installation file is actually on the phone....so you drag it over to your PC, (by connecting EVO to PC as external hard drive....see pgae 70 of usert guide) and then install it.
  13. x0x

    x0x Android Enthusiast

    The executable to install it comes on the memory card that came with the phone.
  14. Jordus

    Jordus Android Enthusiast

    installing now, will report back shortly.
  15. mx7

    mx7 Well-Known Member

    Any Mac users got this feature to work?
  16. GeneralPatton

    GeneralPatton Well-Known Member

    Still does not work! Looks like Sprint disabled it ... Those Bastards! :mad:
  17. drakester

    drakester Newbie

    download PDAnet. its free and it works.
  18. DeusInnomen

    DeusInnomen Newbie

    I fixed this on my phone pretty quickly by going to Settings > System Updates > Update Profile and downloading updated network settings. Try that.
  19. Jordus

    Jordus Android Enthusiast

    error 67 even after htc sync installed
  20. phalcon

    phalcon Newbie

    Trying that, but it's been on the Device Configuration thing for about 5 minutes now. Should it take that long?
  21. neodorian

    neodorian Android Expert

    Yeah that screwed me all up. Can't connect to anything now. Rebooting to see if it helps.
  22. DeusInnomen

    DeusInnomen Newbie

    It took a minute or two for me, it depends on how responsive your local cell network is I reckon. If it's real painful, powercycle and try again. But I only had to get it to update once, then I immediately had data access. If it doesn't work at all, try a PRL update first.
  23. Jordus

    Jordus Android Enthusiast

    mine errors out saying the update is unavailable. :(
  24. leastbay

    leastbay Member

    was happening to me, I called sprint. Eventually I was able to go under settings and update profile and it fixed it for me.
  25. Rob_A

    Rob_A Android Expert

    Sprint fixed it for you??

    When I asked them about USB wired tethering, they told me it was unavailable and they we could only Wifi tether for $30/month.


    Wow, confusing.

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The HTC EVO 4G release date was June 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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