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USB Tethering


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#1 BCable

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Posted 23 January 2012 - 10:59 PM

Using my phone's USB tethering (CM7 for EVO 4G Shfit) I can reverse the process and create a reverse tether like so:


http://blog.mycila.c...android-22.html

It works great for my phone, but I don't need it for my phone.  The big problem is that my Nook Color cannot connect to the WiFi provided at work (telecom claims it's due to a bug in the Nook's drivers)...

This feature is simply not an option when going into settings on the Nook Color on CM7.1.0-encore.  Is there any way to get this working?  I've tried other USB tethering software but they all say that the kernel wasn't compiled with the RNDIS drivers.

Is there any way that we can enable this feature for the Nook Color in a future build?