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2. start Terminal
3. type the following
echo 1 > /sys/devices/platform/wl1271/allow_adhoc
it will prompt for a password after the first command, the password is "rootme"
Thank you! you are the man. have you seen this other guy made a script to be put into /etc... folder to automatically enable adhoc. i put it in my phone, it works for awhile, but eventually the error comes back. and then i use ur command. I have tmobile, apparently theyre disabling the wifi as well
Hi i'm trying to run ur script but some how its not working unless i'm doing something wrong, i'm t-mobile user too and my wi-fi hotspot not working.i tried scripting in terminalafter devel-su it asked me passowrd which i entered "rootme"it takes me to different promt, where i entered your script mentioned about and hit enter. after that it do nothign so am i missing anything, pls help me out thank u, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org thanks a lot one more time
Sorry, I don't know much more about it. The operators in the US want to block tethering unless you pay extra. The hack is from a nice contributor on the maemo.org forum. There's no guarantee that it works, but hopefully it works for most people. It works for me on AT&T.
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