Tethering my AT&T Tilt to the Eee PC

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  1. James says:

    I just looked this page back up because last night I found how to get online with the internet coming in from the phone to laptopA, which passes it to laptopB (both ubuntu boxes).

    So shoot me an email and I will be glad to help you find the file on your Tilt.

  2. Jon says:

    Yea, I think ICS is the best option since it works with EVERYTHING. I didn’t know that ICS was actually on the phone already, I couldn’t find it – but it is great that you did.

    I recently got a hold of a HTC Fuze and while I haven’t tried to tether it, it has ICS easily accessible so I predict no issues with that either.

  3. James says:

    Great Tip!

    I do this same thing on my HTC Tilt and Ubuntu. On the tilt, the Internet Connection Sharing is buring in the Windows folder on the phone, and named something very arbitrary.

    What’s handy is that you can just copy and paste it to a more convenient directory and use it to tether with AT&T quickly and painlessly on your phone.

    I am a serious dog enthusiast and use it while working on my website about dog training (quick plug http://www.alphadogwiki.org ) if I’m on the road.

    I didn’t have much luck with the WModem or AT&T w/ Tethering Option in Ubuntu, and ICS seems to be the best way.

    Good Post!

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