Many Android phones can create handy hotspots to share your phone's internet connections, but they can be tedious to set up. Google wants to fix this with its new Instant Tethering feature.
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Windows/Mac: The iPhone jailbreak tool Redsn0w has been updated this morning to support a tethered jailbreak for the just released iOS 5.1.
Need an iPhone tethering app? For $1.99 (and likely a very limited time only), you can download QuasiDisk, a file-viewing app that can also share a connection over a proxy.
Unlike iOS, there are plenty of tethering options for Android, and most of them work well, depending on what you're trying to do and the type of user you are. Some are wired, some are wireless, some require root, others don't. We found that for most people not using built-in functions, PdaNet is the best tethering option because it's reliable, accessible, easy to install and use, and easy to troubleshoot.