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Android – Motorola Tethering USB
If you have a rooted Motorola device with Motorola Phone Portal USB support, thanks to XDA member elaware it´s now possible to activate tethering. In the very own words of developer: Moto Tethering USB uses “Motorola Phone Portal” USB connection to establish a link between your computer and your Motorola Android phone.
Simply Select “Motorola Phone Portal” from USB OPTIONS after you’ve connected your Motorola phone to pc and then you can start sharing your Mobile Connection using Moto Tethering USB!
This for sure will be very well received by Moto owners. And remember, your device must be rooted for this application to work. Get it for free on the market.
Please let us know how it´s working for you.
Originally posted by elaware
[APP] Moto Tethering USB ★ root
This App works _ONLY_ on Motorola Phones with “Motorola Phone Portal” USB support!!
**THIS APP IS TOTALLY FREE – NO EXTRA HIDDEN COST!**
** Moto Tethering USB uses exactly the same data plan that is used for the on-phone Internet access like in the built-in browser or e-mail app or youtube application. No additional tethering fees.
Moto Tethering USB allows your computer to go online through the Motorola Android phone’s Internet connection.
It supports USB Tether and it needs root.
It’s a real tethering not a simply MODEM Tethering, you should NOT pay extra cost to your Carrier!
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