How jailbroken iPhone users can avoid being caught tethering by AT&T
0. phoneArena 12 May 2011, 10:38 posted on
AT&T has been cracking down on unauthorized tethering by jailbroken iPhone users, but the Cydia store has options to avoid trouble...
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1. URC (unregistered)
Thank you, phone arena, for telling me how to steal services from a business.
3. trentsinmypants (Posts: 315; Member since: 29 Jan 2009)
Hmm...this post makes me wonder how much money PDAnet is kicking back to Phonearena. What they fail to disclose in this artical is the fact that PDAnet isnt free if you want full access to the web. I paid $15 for my copy months ago so I could log into secure sites like ebay and what not.
4. pitbulldog08 (unregistered)
Urc you crack me up with your post. My question is why should we have to pay $20 more a month to tether when youre already paying like the article said roughly $40 a month to access data?! Its just another way for wireless companies to gain profits! Would you pay twice for a cheeseburger from mcdonalds?! Of course you wouldnt! So why pay to access data youve already paid for?! And btw im not an ijunk user and no my droid x isnt rooted or overclocked or jailbroken i just think its bullsh*t that wireless companies can charge you twice for data. I think honestly it should be illegal to do so but then again lobbyists make sure wireless carriers get what they want!! So i say jailbreak your phones tether til your hearts content lol
10. andriodlover:) (unregistered)
u tell them bro! im also an droid x user who unroot his phone n i think phone company r really Fu*king with us! WE NEED A PARADE WALK TO SHOW PHONE COMPANYS WE MEAN BUSINESS! (walks like aids walk, gay parade,etc) If we dnt do anything the bills r only goin to build up
8. Amoeba (unregistered)
Fun fact of the day: this does not work. It's not through the APN that AT&T is watching out for tethering traffic. Nice try, though :)
14. JubJub1991 (unregistered)
What a noob. This is deff how att tracks.
11. joey18 (Posts: 565; Member since: 20 Jul 2010)
Well att are not unlimited service if you do tha 2g and 200 mb is no enougf
15. chrismonster16 (unregistered)
This also works on the Verizon iPhone too. Verizon tracks tethering the same way. I've been using this program since it came out. Well worth the purchase price.