As far as O2 are concerned, if you want to tether with your iPhone then you need one of their tethering add-ons. That said they may not necessarily know/care you are tethering unless you start having particularly high usage.Anyone know what the stance is with this and O2?
I read it as that if you upgrade to 3.1.3 when you choose tether then it doesnt redirect you to the O2 website.ah i see, jb is required. I have jb'd in the past but was unable to sort this out for some reason and just gave up.
What should i d/l from cydia to allow me to tether (At my own risk)
You don't have to jailbreak, just install it as per the instructions. I have not JB my iPhone, I am on 3.1.3Interesting, can anyone confirm this?
I am not really that interested in jb to be honest so if i could activate tethering via this route then I may be tempted to give it a whirl.
How about now? You can install MyWi on a free trial.I used to be able to tether on 3.1.2. But due to circumstances beyond my control i had to update to 3.1.3. I've tried downgrading but that didn't work.
So my question is. When will i be able to tether again for nowt???
Wrong. Massively wrong. The source of the software doesn't matter. You must purchase a licence to use this software, regardless of where it comes from. The licence is linked to the software, not the place you obtained it.JB, add REMOVED to cydia sources
go to search and get 'MiWi cracked' package
works on all carriers
This is not warez or naughty because miwi is $9.99 from cydia and cydia is nothing to do with Apple or copywrite material so you are not breaking any rules/laws by getting this!
PS JB is available for all firmware now including 3.1.3