Nowadays, Google has rolled out a brand new Android firmware replace (2.three.6) that there’s as but just for some Nexus S of suppliers within the U.S. and Canada, and comprises best a small trojan horse repair and enhancements for voice search. However a bad aspect impact, as folks document that this replace has already been performed, the prevention and blockading the tethering characteristic-Fi and wired.
Whether the intended abolition of tethering feature of Google is, or whether this is an error in programming, is still in question, and Google has now also taken no position on this. Strangely, no T-Mobile or AT & T devices are affected, which are two of the largest mobile provider in the United States. Probably will get this update over time more and more devices and vendors, but this is certainly not yet.
If you accidentally airs sometime this update, there is already an effective but ugly solution to the problem of tethering:
- It adds a new access point under Settings – to> Access Points -> Wireless & Networking -> Mobile networks
- Copy (referred to as APN) in the access point, the data of the usual standard APN
- Type in the APN-write "default, dun"
Before you put a hot spot opens as usual on the settings, you must choose each time the newly created APN.