PdaNet Tablet (new)

PdaNet Tablet (new)


*This software will no longer work if you have updated the tablet to Android 4.4/KitKat. This is due to a severe bug introduced in the Android system, that if no wifi or cell data is detected, Android will refuse connection attempts even though Internet does exist through PdaNet. The only way around this is to connect your tablet to any WiFi hotspot at the same time, even ones that can't give you Internet access. Google will fix this on their end but we do not know when that will happen.

This software allows you to get FULL Internet on an Android tablet if you have an Android phone.

Simply install this program on your Android tablet then select "Configure" to pair with your phone. Follow the instruction if it asks you to install FoxFi or PdaNet on your phone side.

Depending on which phone and tablet you have, you can connect using either WiFi or Bluetooth.

This is completely rewritten and supports Full Internet access with zero delay.

Recent changes:
Starting from version 2.2, if you have Android phone please install FoxFi on the phone side to connect either WiFi or Bluetooth.
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3.9
User ratings
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File size
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About PdaNet Tablet (new)
*This software will no longer work if you have updated the tablet to Android 4.4/KitKat. This is due to a severe bug introduced in the Android system, that if no wifi or cell data is detected, Android will refuse connection attempts even though Internet does exist through PdaNet. The only way around this is to connect your tablet to any WiFi hotspot at the same time, even ones that can't give you Internet access. Google will fix this on their end but we do not know when that will happen.

This software allows you to get FULL Internet on an Android tablet if you have an Android phone.

Simply install this program on your Android tablet then select "Configure" to pair with your phone. Follow the instruction if it asks you to install FoxFi or PdaNet on your phone side.

Depending on which phone and tablet you have, you can connect using either WiFi or Bluetooth.

This is completely rewritten and supports Full Internet access with zero delay.

Recent changes:
Starting from version 2.2, if you have Android phone please install FoxFi on the phone side to connect either WiFi or Bluetooth.

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User reviews of PdaNet Tablet (new)
Works as advertised. I can tether my Lenovo K1 through my Samsung Fascinate using WIFI without rooting either device, and no charge for WIFI Hotspot.
Feb 12, 2012
Only works with Android 4. Does not work on my new Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9.
Feb 8, 2012
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 17, 2014
Ok
A Google User
Jul 10, 2014
Big WASTE of money and time How good is this if I have to be connected to ANOTHER wifi hotspot anyway? I have purchased and unlocked the full version. WOW...my tablet was actually connected to the internet ... but.... WAIT... it had nothing to do with PdaNet!!!!!!! Oh my.... The tablet is connected to another wifi hotspot already and the internet access in through that other hotspot. In other words PdaNet was a waste of money, storage space and, definitively, my TIME.... to do something that I was already doing through another system. It did NOT solve anything buy it took my money.
A Google User
Jul 8, 2014
I dont know Worked with my phone and computer but for tablet i need internet to download the client but i need the client to get internet...?
A Google User
Jul 4, 2014
It went from awesome to awful : (
A Google User
Jun 22, 2014
Not worth it Never worked correctly, could connect but never worked