(Posts: 131; Member since: 15 Aug 2009)
it's funny cause asians say that
that doesnt even make since to do... i mean who do they think they are. apple?
(Posts: 88; Member since: 11 May 2010)
Why would you cripple a new device out the gate like that? Even if you don't intend on using it, it's a great back up/just in case type of feature.
(Posts: 145; Member since: 28 Mar 2010)
Just like every other smartphone. You can probably just tweak it a little bit and get tethering if you wanted it that bad.
cp hall (unregistered)
why dont carriers want us doing this what does it do to them at all allowing us to access our pc's without the usb ?
(Posts: 14255; Member since: 19 Dec 2008)
because if everyone did it, it would increase the bottleneck on the system, and the carriers might not get paid for it.
Android didnt "allow" it out of the gate.... until you figured out how to root the phone and achieve tethering that way. All this means is its not on the stock OS.
Besides, they need to get the basics down 120% before doing everything else. They have a lot of negative perceptions they need to work off, and the worst thing they can do is release an OS with tons of options again, but is buggy and crash-tastic like windows 6.5. Solid foundation first, then add to it.