Doesn't work for app store Followed Ubuntu instructions up to where I could ping and get responses both ways. Turned off mobile network access. Tried to search for an app in Google Play => no network access. The only thing I need this for is to access Google Play without eating up my mobile data traffic. You need to make your connection look like a WiFi or 3G connection so that Google Play will use it. Hint to other users: you have to do the first ping quickly after the second ifconfig command or the connection will drop; then you will need to do the iptables commands quickly after the ping or again the connection will drop.
Doesnt download It says the app will download shortly but doesnt get download. I tied it 3 to 4 times but all time same problem and some sentence. Is it really working or not is a doubt now and what about rooting. how to know whether my mobile phone MMX A27 is rooted or not????
Works but not with all apps All in all it works, I think that the manual as to how to make it work is not very clear but I got it at the end. Some apps such as Viber dont recognize that there is a communication channel open so they dont work, Mail apps and facebook dont sync and its not possible to download apps from play store. I can however surf the web and play some online games... Its not everything I wanted but it sure is close to it. Worth downloading!!!!!
Stupid app😬. Ye app ek no ka ulo ka patha hai. It don't work😢😴 Stupid stupid stupid. So stupid😠😬 Plz believe me guys. Don't download. You should go to best store
its complicated its jst cheap.. i hva Windows XP and it only Works with WINDOWS vista nd further systems... rather tethering is nt applicable for XP..... main app should be promoted with all the features wich can include the faculty to play with XP to.......
Only Http work I make this working, but only http. All other access (e.g. Facebook) complain no network connection.
1.23 fix the bug of crashing
1.22 solve the bug of quitting the app
1.21 solve the bug of stopping tethering error
1.20 this version should solve most of the "kernel not
supported" problem found in different devices. Please try it out.