Nullriver Netshare Lets You Use The IPhone 3G As Modem, If You Can Get It

Posted: Aug 2 2008, 2:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:49am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 

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Nullriver developed an interesting App for the iPhone 3G that enables users to setup the iPhone 3G as modem for Macs and other PCs.

The problem is to get a hand on a copy of Netshare as the App appears and disappears from the iTunes App Store.
Tethering is not supported officially by AT&T and other carriers, which makes the Netshare App a threat to the big guys.
If you got lucky and could download Netshare, AppleInsider published a nice how-to guide that shows you what to do to get your Mac online through the iPhone.

Macrumors has instructions on getting Windows XP machines online through the iPhone.

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