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iPhone Modem Makes Tethering Even Easier

iPhone Modem Makes Tethering Even Easier

Posted September 14, 2008 at 12:02am by iClarified · 23964 views
A new application available in Cydia, called iPhone Modem, makes iPhone Tethering a breeze. All you have to do is download the application to your iPhone, and then another application to your Mac OS X computer. This will automatically create an Ad-Hoc network, and set up tethering.

The application costs $9.99 and is available in Cydia.

iPhoneModem is an application for the iPhone that aims at making it really easy to use the iPhone's Internet connection on your computer.

iPhoneModem is available for installation jailbreaked devices using Cydia or Installer package managers; to make connecting a one click task.



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iPhone Modem Makes Tethering Even Easier

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mshawky
mshawky - March 7, 2009 at 6:52pm
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Jay
Jay - September 18, 2008 at 10:12pm
@Omaha Well, I just referred to a regular aircard. Novatel, Sony Ericsson, Sierra Wireless, Huwai ... they all good to excellent USB or express air cards on HSPA networks (3G). I find the throughput on these puppies much better than PDAs or phones. Just don't choose a crappy CDMA or EV-Doh! card. My opinion anyhow. Noone shared their results...
maz
maz - September 18, 2008 at 11:10am
QUESTION @Marco: Thx for ur honest mind. Q: SAD! It´s just for Mac OS 10.5.x right?? Can´t use it for Mac OS 10.4.11???
omahanut
omahanut - September 18, 2008 at 11:07am
I have this and it seems to work most of time but I have problem,it dont seem to want to load complete page on complex websites. And my mac laptop dont want to turn off iphonemodem when it is supposed to so I can switch back to wifi. Not sure if I would recommend unless these issues get fixed. And yes I did register and pay the $10
maz
maz - September 18, 2008 at 10:48am
SAD! It´s just for Mac OS 10.5.x right?? Can´t use it for Mac OS 10.4.11???
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