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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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
Sep 17, 2014
please fix for thunderbolt Works great
A Google User
Sep 8, 2014
Pleased Does exactly what I need it says it will!
A Google User
Aug 26, 2014
Connected my Samsung tab 4 version 4.4/ to my Samsung Galaxy S3 Internet via Bluetooth. Works
A Google User
Aug 25, 2014
Doesn't work
A Google User
Aug 18, 2014
Works but .... Due to the bug in Android I had to connect my Samsung Tab4 WiFi to a router that was not connected to the internet. (I used an old cell phone with no sim card but turned on hot spot). Then I connected my Tab4 to my Samsung GS3 cell phone and connection worked perfectly Tab4 has Android 4.4.2, cell phone has Android 4.3. I did this sitting on a park bench and watched Netflix on my Tab4. ☺