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Dear, Could anyone tell me how its done with the apple stock firmware iOS5.0.1? Thanks
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    Default Tether on iOS5.0.1
    Dear,

    Could anyone tell me how its done with the apple stock firmware iOS5.0.1?

    Thanks
    http://www.speedtest.net/result/1066377445.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by sknet View Post
    Dear,

    Could anyone tell me how its done with the apple stock firmware iOS5.0.1?

    Thanks
    Tether what? MyWi is a great tethering tool; however, apple does have a native tether tool but usually--usually--carriers like to rape innocent individuals who simply need to tethering their internet. Look into it, its def worth the dough.

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    iOS built in tether can do over WiFi too? coz i didnt see it when i am on WiFi only mode right?
    and which version of myWi does work with iOS5.0.1?

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    Settings-> General-> Network-> Double check to make sure 3G and Cellular Data are turn on. Then, tap on Personal Hotspot
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