According to an internal T-Mobile screen spotted by a TMo News tipster the T-Mobile G2 has been stripped of one of the celebrated features of Froyo, namely tethering.
This just serves as a reminder that “stock Android” only means as much as the carriers will allow it to as they are still free to pluck ... Read More »
AT&T claims only 2% of their customers use over 2 GB of wireless data per month, so the carrier is restructuring their data plans to make it more affordable for more people.
Customers now have two choices when it comes to wireless data plans. The DataPlus plan offers 200 MB of data for $15 per ... Read More »
Android tethering can sometimes be a controversial topic. Several carriers prohibit tethering in their terms of service, yet any Android user can easily get away with it by using a number of readily available, free applications.
The first carrier to come out against Android tethering was T-Mobile when they banned WiFi Tether for ... Read More »
In a move that shocked not a single person anywhere in the known galaxy; Google has officially announced Froyo at Google I/O.
No word yet on whose getting it (the Nexus One being the only safe bet) and the when is identified only as “in the coming weeks”, but we do now have the actual ... Read More »
Normal Android users could gain one of the most popular features of hacked Android phones – built-in internet tethering. TechCrunch has posted some leaked screens of Android 2.2 (FroYo) which reveal USB tethering and a portable Wi-Fi hotspot. Both options have long been available to users of custom ROMs, like CyanogenMod, ... Read More »
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