Tethering With PDAnet?

Feb 6, 2010

Is it possible with the Iphone and PDAnet

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Tethering Via Mywi Or Pdanet?

Apr 3, 2010

Has anyone successfully tethered via mywi or pdanet yet?

I accidentally upgraded my iPhone to 3.3, so I can't try it out

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PdaNet Work On ?

Aug 1, 2010

It makes more sense for PdaNet to work on iPad due to longer battery life. Has anyone tried it?

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Connecting To The Internet Using A Droid Using PdaNet

Aug 18, 2010

I can connect my HP, Toshiba, Dell and Acer laptops using PdaNet on my Motorola Droid. Does anyone know if the iPad can connect the same way using PdaNet?

Information:
PC Laptops - lots of em
Windows 7
Windows Vista

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PdaNet Running On An Iphone Is Working Or Not

Apr 4, 2010

Can anyone confirm that PdaNet running on an iphone is working? Do you connect wirelessly or via bluetooth?

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AT&T Tethering - Add A Tethering Plan Results In Loosing Unlimited Data?

Mar 14, 2011

I recently purchased the iPad 2 w/ wifi and I'm wondering if anyone has upgraded to the tethering plan offered by at&t? I have some questions for those who have:

1-I currently have unlimited data. Is it true if I add a tethering plan I will loose my unlimited data?

2-From the att side and the rep i spoke to said there's only a 4gig plan which is $45. No 2gig?

3-If I have a family plan do the others share the tether plan or is the tether plan specific to only one of the phone numbers?

4-Should i wait for OS4.3 to be jailbroken?

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Wants Tethering

Jul 21, 2010

I searched but couldnt find a definitive answer. My dad has a 3g with 3.1.3 and 5.6 carrier settings. I'm not looking to jailbreak but willing to if I need to. All he wants is tethering. Can someone point me in the right direction?

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Tethering Mac

May 10, 2010

I'm seriously thinking of buying a (UK) iPad with 3G.

I actually think the tariffs look pretty reasonable - 3Gb per month for �15 is what I'm paying at the moment for "mobile broadband" from 3, and that's via a crappy Huawei dongle that only works at the right phase of the moon.

But I need to be able to use it for my Mac Internet connection, too. Will I be able to tether the Mac to the iPad, so that the Mac can get the 3G data via the iPad? Wondered if any US iPad owners had experience with this.

I really don't want to jailbreak the iPad (call me a wuss if you like ). Given that I'd still only be using the same 3Gb I don't see how the network would have a problem with this... but you know what they're like.

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Tethering TO A 3G?

Jun 10, 2010

I am about to order a 3G iPad, which should cover the majority of the tasks I need to do away from my desk (including connecting to pcs via Wise/Log Me In).

I will still need my windows laptop and a 3G connection from time to time; I was wondering if it is possible to connect the laptop to the iPad and use the iPads 3G connection (rather than running 2 data contracts, one for the iPad, one for the 3G data card in the laptop - I did think about swapping the sims over but a) this is a pain b) they are different sizes).

I am aware that most tethering in relation to the iPad is going the other way (i.e. using a iPhone to provide the 3G connection to the iPad)

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Tethering To Device

Apr 23, 2010

I've heard that AT&T is eventually going to allow tethering on their network. Anyone speculate if that would mean that if you are a current iPhone customer, that it would allow you to tether the iPad for 3G access from a iPad wi-fi only model? It only makes sense to me, since you are only really using one device at a time for the internet access, it's just the choice of screen that you view it on. Plus we're already paying for that data access anyway. It would be nice if it could be done with bluetooth so a cable would not be involved in connecting the two.

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Getting 2gb Device Plus Tethering

Jun 23, 2010

i'm not really good with this technology stuff. i see that when you order and iphone which i plan on doing in a couple months, it says that you can get a data plan of 2gb plus tethering. so you can use it to connect to the internet on ur laptop etc etc. now can you get a wifi ipad and use your cell to tether in and get an internet connection on it when ur not in wifi places? or is that not how it works.

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Tethering With Iphone 4?

Sep 26, 2010

Has anybody tried doing this with the iphone 3G or iphone4?

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Tethering With Device

Mar 15, 2010

We are located in Canada and know that the iPad 3G is coming with micro Sims which you can't get here yet so don't waste that 6gb data plan you have, and lets put it to use. This way you can also grab it on April 3rd when it launches and don't have to wait for the iPad data plans to be released from the carriers.

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Tethering With Iphone

Apr 18, 2010

Basically, I have a 3GS iPhone, so if I bought an iPad could I tether it for internet whilst away from home, and therefore buy the cheaper wi-fi only model?

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Tethering To IPhone

Jun 2, 2010

I have read that you will not be able to tether the iPad to the iPhone, using the new tethering feature of the iPhone? Does anyone know if this is correct? And please don't respond that "if you jailbreak your iPhone..." I have no desire to jailbreak my iPhone. I just want there to be one last shred of justification for my having bought a 3G iPad. Because if you can truly tether the iPad to the iPhone, then the 3G iPad is really pointless. If you can't tether, it shows AT&T and Apple's greed, but does justify the need for a 3G iPad, unlimited or not.

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Tethering To Phone?

Jul 7, 2010

I have used my cell phone to tether to my laptop. Is it possible to do the same with an IPAD to access the Internet while away from WiFi connection?

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You May Want A 3G Vs MyWi Tethering...

Apr 30, 2010

I saw "may" because maybe this isn't an issue where you live but...

I took the iPad in the car today (am actually in a parking lot posting this ) and was very curious how the signal would be compared to my iPhone 3GS.

There is a stretch of road where my iPhone gets either very weak signal or no signal at all so I wanted to see how the iPad would handle it.

Sure enough, as I drove...the iPhone went to 1 bar, the 3G icon disappeared, the went "Searching..."... came back to an "E" for a bit longer before 3G service came back.

The iPad? SOLID through the whole stretch. Not only did it have 4 or 5 bars the whole time, but I ran the Speedtest.net App and got a consistent 1300 - 1400 Mbps download.

I was very glad to see that as a lot of places that I go to and spend a lot of time waiting (like the main post office here in Phoenix when I do a bulk mailing) my iPhone would have no signal at all and I would just sit there on a chair for 30-45+ minutes.

This also brings up another issue...the whole AT&T sucks argument seems like it's not so much that AT&T sucks but more like the iPhone sucks when it corms to signal.

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Wont Allow Tethering

Apr 7, 2010

The more and more I use this thing the more impressed I am about it, This Apple case is pretty cool as well, What will they come up with next, I was so hoping they would allow iPhone tethering!

Information:
27" iMac i7/64gb wifi iPad/15 inch Macbook Pro. unibody/16gb/32gb iPhone 3Gs
Mac OS X (10.6.3)
Aperture 3/iWORK/iLIFE 09/MobileMe/One to One/8 and 16 GB iPOD Touch/

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Tethering With Ipad

May 27, 2010

How would I use internet tethering on my iPhone for my iPad?

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Tethering 3g Connection

Dec 6, 2010

How can I connect the iPad with my iPhone 3g connection (tethering), as I use to do with my MacBook?

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Tethering Without Jailbreaking

Sep 30, 2010

I just picked up an iPhone 4 with a 6gb data plan now I'm wondering is it possible to tether the iPad to the iPhone without jailbreaking the phone? Can it be done with jailbreaking only the ipad and leaving the phone stock or does the phone need to be jailbroken?

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