WiFi-tethering now availble for the Motorola DROID – hacking required

December 24, 2009

Good things come to those who root and enjoy walking that fine line of hacking versus bricking a phone. Served up for us this time is a free WiFi tethering solution for the Motorola DROID. Functioning like the popular PDANet application, the hack will allow you to share your DROID’s 3G connection with your laptop or other portable device. The hack is not for the faint of heart as it requires you to root your DROID, install a custom recovery image, install a custom kernel, and finally install android-wifi-tether from the Google code project. Those who are undaunted by the prospect of a bricked DROID should grab a cup of coffee, pick up your DROID, and head over to DroidForums.net for all the instructions.

[via Engadget]

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