Klink (Red Edition)

Klink (Red Edition)


NOTE: Please try the free demo version ("Klink Demo (Red Edition)" on the market) to test compatibility before buying. The demo can be upgraded via the market without any further configuration on your computer.


Klink is a utility by Faveset LLC for connecting a PC to your Android device over USB.

- Supports Windows (XP/Vista/7/32-bit/64-bit), Mac OS X 10.5 (or later), and Ubuntu (32-bit/64-bit)

- Does not require a rooted device

NOTE TO PURCHASERS OF THE ORIGINAL KLINK: Your purchase is still valid. It is NOT necessary to buy Klink (Red Edition), as functionality is unchanged. Please visit the "Download" page at www.faveset.com to download the original version of Klink, or email support if you have questions.

USAGE:

After installing and running Klink, please tap "Set up your Computer" and follow the instructions. Klink requires the installation of a small companion program on your PC, so following the step-by-step guide is suggested.

HELP: Please visit the Google Group via http://www.faveset.com/klink/support, or email [email protected]

It would be appreciated if you asked for help before posting negative feedback, as virtually all problems can be resolved. Otherwise, please leave your email address when commenting so that someone can get in touch with you.

As some users may have difficulty evaluating everything within the 15-minute refund window, a once-per-user 24-hour return policy is in effect; simply include your order number when contacting support. No one should feel rushed. Please contact support if you need any help during setup.

Recent changes:
v1.23:
FIX: networking issues when DNS filtering (e.g., via mimic mode) is enabled
(primarily Linux).
FIX: keep main activity from appearing multiple times when pressing
the back button or choosing Menu > Exit.
FIX: handle rare crashes reported by users via Android bug reporting.

Networking core performance improvements.
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About Klink (Red Edition)
NOTE: Please try the free demo version ("Klink Demo (Red Edition)" on the market) to test compatibility before buying. The demo can be upgraded via the market without any further configuration on your computer.


Klink is a utility by Faveset LLC for connecting a PC to your Android device over USB.

- Supports Windows (XP/Vista/7/32-bit/64-bit), Mac OS X 10.5 (or later), and Ubuntu (32-bit/64-bit)

- Does not require a rooted device

NOTE TO PURCHASERS OF THE ORIGINAL KLINK: Your purchase is still valid. It is NOT necessary to buy Klink (Red Edition), as functionality is unchanged. Please visit the "Download" page at www.faveset.com to download the original version of Klink, or email support if you have questions.

USAGE:

After installing and running Klink, please tap "Set up your Computer" and follow the instructions. Klink requires the installation of a small companion program on your PC, so following the step-by-step guide is suggested.

HELP: Please visit the Google Group via http://www.faveset.com/klink/support, or email [email protected]

It would be appreciated if you asked for help before posting negative feedback, as virtually all problems can be resolved. Otherwise, please leave your email address when commenting so that someone can get in touch with you.

As some users may have difficulty evaluating everything within the 15-minute refund window, a once-per-user 24-hour return policy is in effect; simply include your order number when contacting support. No one should feel rushed. Please contact support if you need any help during setup.

Recent changes:
v1.23:
FIX: networking issues when DNS filtering (e.g., via mimic mode) is enabled
(primarily Linux).
FIX: keep main activity from appearing multiple times when pressing
the back button or choosing Menu > Exit.
FIX: handle rare crashes reported by users via Android bug reporting.

Networking core performance improvements.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 15, 2015
Help. Wored for the first 2 days noe its connected but in my pc it shoes connected but internet not working... spring samsung note 4
A Google User
Jun 9, 2015
Great app However the internet connection drops whenever screen is off even though debugging is on
A Google User
May 19, 2015
Breathed new life into my laptop I have an extremely old laptop I picked up for like 80 bucks a year ago. It runs windows xp, has an Intel Centrino processor, and has had a failing wifi card ever since I bought it. Seeing as how I don't have a real computer besides this one, I got rid of traditional internet a long time ago. Amazingly, I can now use my laptop for browsing the internet by connecting my usb cable. AND its faster than most wifi networks I've used because fortunately I get a strong LTE connection in my house. Worth every penny
A Google User
Apr 16, 2015
Tethers great with my HTC Evo 4G LTE Despite my best efforts, I cannot get Windows 8.1 pro to allow me to connect to xfinitywifi on my laptop. Yet, my android phone has no problem connecting to xfinitywifi. After several frustrating months, I discovered klink. Easy easy to download and install, and it's working GREAT! Thanks for a fabulous and reasonably priced product. Now I can actually use the xfinitywifi when away from home!
A Google User
Dec 21, 2014
Fantastic lifesaver of an app! Why should I have a data point available that I can't use? Klink works like a charm on my Ubuntu system and is well worth the cost. Thank you! One suggestion for the demo: instruct people which browser to use to test it. I could only use Chrome (instead of Firefox) with the Klink demo. I had no issues when I tried Chrome and after buying the full version have been able to surf with FF.
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