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Thread: iPhone 4s + Wifi Tethering

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    Question iPhone 4s + Wifi Tethering
    So now that the iPhone 4s has an untethered Jailbreak I'm seriously looking to jailbreak my phone but only for free Wifi Tethering I have a wifi only tablet(android) and my Girlfriend has an iPhone with a Limited Data plan. I've done some googleing and seen PDAnet & Mywi are there any other apps that i should look into using? what is most stable? I don't want my phone crashing on me(had it happen in the past with jail-broken iPhone) What do you guys suggest?

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    I hear MyWi is one of the best. I would've said to buy TetherMe bc it's cheaper than MyWi but I've been having issues with TetherMe lately, connection-wise. No big deal, it just disconnects and won't reconnect unless I reboot. I tried MyWi on someone else's phone and ran into the same issue but that was on iOS 4 so I don't know if they fixed that for the iOS 5 version.

    I haven't heard too many bad things about PDAnet though, so if I were new at this I would try PDAnet first. I think it's free. There's a "pro" version out that's paid for it as well so if you like the free one maybe upgrade or something for a small price.

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    Do they all have trials? Or free life versions that I can test out? Any one else have an input?

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    I agree with Annie I have mywi on my phone and love it. Free trial for a couple of days. But if ya buy it for twenty bucks. Then ya done never have to pay again

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    What about tetherme? How well does that work? From what I read it just enables the native Wifi tether correct?

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    What about tetherme? How well does that work? From what I read it just enables the native Wifi tether correct?
    Yes. I've been using it for a long time and it works well.

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    Yeah TetherMe is good. I've been using it for a year now but like I said, recently I've been having connection issues with it. Don't know if it has to do with my Mac and Lion or what though.

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