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Root WiFi Tethering on ERE25 base?

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  1. stedrocklp

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    I am running Ultimatedroid 5.x which is the ere25 base. Does anyone know or have wifi tethering capabilities running a rom with the ere25 base? It will open and start it just wont actually draw data from your phone. Also I have ChevyNo1's 1.2 kernel and its says + wifi module but maybe I am doing something wrong. Any help is appreciated thanks.
     

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    I can't help much, as tethering always "just worked" for me, so I don't have any troubleshooting experience. I can confirm that I'm using Chevy's ERE25 beta ROM (obviuosly, w/a Chevy kernel) and wifi and wifi tethering both work fine on it. So there's no reason it shouldn't work w/an ERE25 ROM.
     
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    ok Ill give it a try thanks.
     
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    What kernel speed did you apply, and what speed are you running? Some kernel versions tend to support wifi better than others
     
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    I am running the 1.2 and i normally run it at about 900 +/- 100.
     

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