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  1. royceberry's Avatar
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    Default 9930 as a Hotspot?

    Has anyone come up with a way to use the 9930 as a hotspot? I have an Ipad available to me if I can get a connection through my 9930 while on the road.
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    Can't use it as a hotspot yet, the word is that functionality is coming within a month or two. If your iPad is jailbroken I'd suggest that you give iBluever a shot, I use that on my iPad to tether to my 9900 and previously the 9700. Great little utility for a few bucks, you can get it through Cydia.
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    Default 9930 verizon hotspot?

    is this working yet? ... have a 9930, would like to arrange it as hotspot...free if possible(?).
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    Not sure there will be any free option when it does come for awhile yet. Hopefully Tether or someone else will make it so.
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    You can use WiFi Hotspot on a 9930 on Verizon if you have OS 7.1 loaded.

    It is not free, however. You need to have a tethering/mobile broadband plan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwitchBeach View Post
    You can use WiFi Hotspot on a 9930 on Verizon if you have OS 7.1 loaded.

    It is not free, however. You need to have a tethering/mobile broadband plan.
    Second that... I have hotspot on my VZW 9930. I pay an extra 20 a month for 2GB.

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    I'm still afraid to update to 7.1
    I have had so many bad experiences with RIM updates and I don't want to go through a day of screaming at the Support people at Verizon to help me get it back up and working. I can't afford the downtime if it goes bad...and the odds are in favor of it going bad in one way or another.

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