Friday, 4 October 2013

EasyTether: Tether BlackBerry 10 to Android tablets

EasyTether now allows you to share Internet connection from your BlackBerry 10 smartphone with Android 4.x tablets. Currently it works via Bluetooth. USB tethering will follow later.

Please note that BlackBerry World appstore does not allow us to mention the word "Android" in the app description, so again, please note that BB10 tethering works with Android 4.x tablets only. 

The following BlackBerry 10 devices are supported: BlackBerry Q10, BlackBerry Q5, BlackBerry Z10, BlackBerry Z30.

EasyTether for BlackBerry 10 can be downloaded from BlackBerry World.

Note that you need to install EasyTether Tablet on your Android tablet as well. This is a free app for Android tablets. EasyTether Tablet can be downloaded from Google Play Store. If you have a Kindle Fire tablet, then download EasyTether Tablet from Amazon.

Email our support team if you have any difficulties. 

Email us if you need Mac OS X or Windows tethering for BlackBerry 10.

Sunday, 25 August 2013

EasyTether drivers (updated: added support for Android tablets including Kindle Fire)

Install these drivers on your computer!
Enable USB debugging on your Android phone after you install the drivers.

Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP (core package): universal 32-bit/64-bit

Some phones require supplementary Windows-only drivers (first install the core package): Samsung / LG

macOS 10.12, Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.10 (Yosemite): Intel 64-bit

Drivers for legacy OS X, Linux, FreeBSD computers and OpenWrt and LEDE-based routers can be downloaded here

Android 7.0 / 6.0 / 5.x / 4.0.3+ (tablet-side client including Kindle): tablet-side application
Kindle Fire app - download from Amazon 

Wednesday, 31 July 2013

EasyTether and Verizon

First and foremost, Verizon does not block EasyTether. Please do not listen to some ignorant bloggers.

EasyTether still works fine on all Verizon phones because it is a complete tethering re-implementation and it does not depend on any Verizon tethering features.

The only real problem is that EasyTether is now invisible in the Android Market for Verizon phone users.

However, carriers cannot prevent you from using third-party tethering apps because of the latest FCC tether rulings.

If you are an existing EasyTether customer who wants to re-download the application to your Verizon phone, please tell us your order number (see here on how to restore it) or just forward your purchase receipt to us. We'll arrange an alternative download link for you. Our support email is support(at)mobile-stream(dot)com

If you use the Lite version and want to purchase the full app, please go to our EasyTether purchase page.

Monday, 1 July 2013

EasyTether Lite - download EasyTether apk

If you cannot download EasyTether Lite from Google Play Store, download EasyTether Lite apk from our site.

You may have to enable Settings - Applications - Unknown Sources on your phone.

EasyTether is also available on Google (except for Sprint, Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile)

EasyTether is also available on Amazon (all carriers, including Sprint, Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile)

Tuesday, 28 May 2013

EasyTether Pro for Blackberry has been released

EasyTether Pro implements carrier-independent USB and Bluetooth PAN tethering for BlackBerry smartphones. It supports USB tethering for Windows and Bluetooth PAN tethering for Mac OS X, Linux computers and for Android tablets.

EasyTether Pro allows you to tether BlackBerry 10 smartphones to Android 4.x tablets.

EasyTether Pro for BlackBerry/BlackBerry 10 is available in BlackBerry World.
The price is $9.99

Get EasyTether Pro at BlackBerry World

Email our support team if you have any difficulties.

Wednesday, 8 May 2013

EasyTether for Android - update 1.1.5 - Bluetooth tethering for tablets

EasyTether has been updated to 1.1.5, the update adds Bluetooth tethering for Android tablets.

EasyTether tablet is available in Google Play Store. EasyTether Tablet 0.9.0 adds experimental Bluetooth support. A known issue: some third-party apps do not recognize Internet connection.

Version 0.9.1 adds USB tethering for tablets.

Saturday, 20 April 2013

EasyTether orders from MobiHand (relaunched as Appanite)

We will not support MobiHand orders made after September 20, 2011. We, as developers, did not receive anything from MobiHand for these purchases and MobiHand had deleted developers' accounts without any prior notice three weeks before filing bankruptcy. Most orders were occasionally made via MobiHand system even though we had unpublished EasyTether long before. Since the end of September 2011 we have not mentioned MobiHand as our reseller, both our website and the updated EasyTether Lite have been using direct PayPal or Google Play payments.

 It is strange that we, developers, learned about MobiHand filing bankruptcy, from Internet and other sources, and not from MobiHand itself.

Per agreement it was MobiHand responsibility to generate new codes. Out of respect to customers we will generate new codes for all the purchases made before September 20, 2011.

Those who bought EasyTether from MobiHand reseller after September 20, 2011 are encouraged to repurchase the app from our site.
Buy EasyTether directly from the developer website

People behind MobiHand who took my EasyTether royalties for a year(!):
David Schoenbach,
Richard Wood,
Adriano Chiaretta,
Steve Howard,
Sebastian Dijmarescu.

When they needed money, they simply dipped into their bestselling developer's account. When a lawsuit was coming to an end, they filed for bankruptcy to get away with non-payment and subsequent unauthorized selling.

They misappropriated big royalties, Richard Wood claimed that they needed money to finance their projects with Cisco, Lenovo and Foxconn

It is disgusting that in order to finance the so-called innovative development with "Fortune-500 companies" they simply robbed their small developer(s).


Those guys from MobiHand that stole tens of thousands dollars from our EasyTether royalties just launched a new Android-related app portal.

MobiHand scam reincarnated as Appanite Inc

This time they are not in California, but in Delaware

They say
We’ve worked with some of the largest operators and device makers in the world. And we’ve worked with developers ranging from 1-person indies to the largest game developers.

They forget to mention that they have stolen too much money from small 1-person developers.

Dealing with Appanite means that you support stealing from small developers.