Tethering With Your iPhone 3GS

June 28, 2009 at 12:24 PM Leave a comment

It turns out that even though AT&T does not allow tethering that there is still a way around that. To unlock the feature and use your iPhone as a wireless modem for your laptop just check out this post at 9 to 5 Mac.


There are a few easy steps:

1. Download the file at 9 to 5 Mac
2. Open the file with iTunes
3. Connect your iPhone and option click the restore button in iTunes and select the open file
4. Go to settings/general/network/internet tethering on your iPhone and turn it on
This will allow you to connect by USB or by Bluetooth; I have tested both and it did not seem to make a difference in speed. What have you found to be faster when tethering? Just remember that if you tether too much AT&T may catch you and can suspend your account or charge you hefty fees. Good luck and happy tethering!

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