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How to use WiFi tether on your Android smartphone or tablet for free [Guide]
Posted By Zac Davis On August 1, 2013 @ 10:47 AM In Android | 11 Comments
Sharing your smartphone or tablet’s internet connection with another device or computer is known as tethering. Tethering is a very popular use of many smartphones (and some tablets), but many cell phone carriers in the United States also charge as much as $15 per month for the added feature regardless of the amount of data on a subscribers plan. This guide will show you how to enable tethering on your Android smartphone or tablet without getting charged by your carrier.
This app requires a rooted Android smartphone or tablet on Jelly Bean or Ice Cream Sandwich. If you don’t have a rooted device, either root your device or check out FoxFi tethering without root access app . If you have a rooted device but don’t have Jelly Bean or Ice Cream Sandwich, check out dotTech’s review on best free tethering apps  to learn how to tether with your device.
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 Image: http://dottech.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/i_love_tethering.jpg
 FoxFi tethering without root access app: http://dottech.org/113321/android-review-foxfi-tethering-without-root-app/
 review on best free tethering apps: http://dottech.org/mobile/android/best-free-apps/24384/android-best-free-tethering-and-wifi-hotspot-app/
 from here: http://downloadandroidrom.com/file/apk/wifitether/treve/wifi_tether_v3_3-pre2.apk
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