Methods to Let Tethering on Nexus One

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Nexus One has been hacked already to permit each wi-fi and wired (by the use of usb) tethering possibility in Android 2.1. Other people over on the XDA&#a hundred and sixty;boards&#a hundred and sixty;have launched some add-ons, which must be flashed excessive of the prevailing Android 2.1 firmware&#a hundred and sixty;to get it to work.

This isn’t a full fledged ROM, however an add-ons percent which features a customized kernel, Busybox, Nano 2.09, powertop, dropbear, wi-fi tethering choice (Yay!), titanium backup&#one hundred sixty;and extra. Practice the steps beneath to put in all these add-ons to permit tethering on the Nexus One.

Observe: Practice the step-by-step information posted beneath by yourself chance. Be sure you make a backup first the use of Nandroid. We’re not to be held accountable when you’re bricking the one you love Google cellphone.

Step 1:&#a hundred and sixty;First up, you’ll have to unencumber the bootloader, after which root your Nexus One for full file gadget get entry to on Android 2.1. Practice the information&#one hundred sixty;posted here to unlock the bootloader, and here to Root Nexus One if you haven’t already.

Step 2: Now download the Nexus One Addon 0.1 from the source link and flash it over the existing firmware. Don’t wipe!

Step 3: Now simply install wireless tethering, VPNC client, Adfree, N1 Torch to your liking. If you want to enable wired tethering, you’ll need to download an app for that from either Android Market, or directly from here.

With tethering now enabled, it wont be too long before hackers enable multitouch functionality on the Nexus One by either porting it over from Motorola Milestone ROM, or through the European version of Nexus One which is said to be having this functionality.

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