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.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Please add something on this blog that explains the difference between all your EasyTether app versions.

JustMe said...

EasyTether Tablet should be installed on your tablet, it is free.
Easytether Lite is a free trial, should be installed on your smartphone, supports tethering to laptops and tablets.
The paid versions are in fact the same, you should choose whichever is available/visible in Google Play store for your carrier. The paid versions are the unlimited versions of EasyTether Lite, should be installed on your smartphone.

grwat product said...

Why is there a key on the label. My tablet works on selective apps. Zenprise doesnt sync. I have pro on my phone

Tone said...

Can someone help with updating to 1.1.5 my version still says1.1.4 or will i need a link sent to me from mobile stream?

Fernando Colindres said...

It used to work on my galaxy s3 but on the galaxy s4 is not working any help? already reinstall everythihg and nothing is working...

Anonymous said...

So I have a Windows 7 laptop with Bluetooth and a phone with EasyTether. Can I tether over bluetooth to my computeR?

Anonymous said...

I've been using easytether for about 2 years now, and still waiting for laptop bluetooth support. Now they have it for tablets. I guess they are going to support whatever is more popular. Bummer

Med said...

Doesn't seem to work on the S4 with Linux. easytether connect just hangs.

Anonymous said...

I'm having the same problem.

intelimote said...

I had been using 1.1.4 version seamlessly to tether my android incredible phone with Verizon to the newest MAC book air. When I was abroad, I was asked to turn roaming function on my phone off and I did to avoid charges. But when I came back, I can no longer tether easily. The connection will drop consistently, most often when I am on Internet and then get an incoming email on gmail. I have a paid account with easytether and am wondering how to get this fixed. Please help because this is the only way I can be connected to my Mac for work. Thanks!

Richard.D said...

I can tell you that I have exchanged about 6 emails with the company that released EasyTether Pro and have yet to get a satisfactory answer on why the program I purchased from them will not do Bluetooth between the Kindle Fire and the Blackberry Curve 9330. Their responses have been caustic and condescending.

JustMe said...

intelimote,
The latest version is 1.1.7, not 1.1.4

Email our support and describe the problem including your device model.

Make sure the latest Android app and the latest drivers are installed.

Your comment has nothing to do with Bluetooth tethering for tablets, by the way.

JustMe said...

Richard.D

You must be talking about "EasyTether Pro" for BlackBerry, while this post is about Bluetooth tethering for Android.

Anyway, please forward your email correspondence to mstream2009(at)gmail (dot) com

Please note that both EasyTether for BlackBerry and EasyTether for Android have free trial versions.

Unknown said...

I'm trying to tether my tab3 to my s6 edge. Although the app says I'm connected I have no Internet access on the tablet

Unknown said...

I am using easytether pro 1.1.5 on my galaxy s7 and easytether tablet 0.9.7 on my galaxy tab A and I can pair the devices but the easytether app on the tablet has no option for Bluetooth. It only lists USB for tethering. Do I need a new version?