Franklin Brown: High on Bacchus D LOL Best stuff ever!
Christian Aranda: I wonder if this method would let us get wifi on the ps4
Eddie Sarabia: is it possible to connect to more than one hot spot
Branden Barrett: Is there any way to do that same thing only WiFi to WiFi , instead of 4G to WiFi. Kind of like a WiFi extender?
Zackary Schaffer (SaviorNova1203): Found this literally right after i figured this out myself. Next step, get it to auto detect from two hotspots
James Wedell: Through my setup I consistently get: - 22mbps down - 12mbps up - 50ms ping/latency on speedtest.net
James Wedell: I have a very similar setup at my house. I have a Grand Fathered Unlimited Data account with a HTC Thunderbolt rooted and running WIFI Tether.
My setup requires two routers but guarantees the greatest speed and reliability. -I have router A connected to the Thunderbolt in Client Bridge mode.This makes it so that the wifi antennas in the router are dedicated to solely communicating with the phone and NOT to other users trying to access the router. -Then I have router A, sharing its internet connection via a Ethernet cable with a second router, router B. The Ethernet cables from router A goes into router B's 'internet' port, thus router A mimics a DSL/Cable modem that is seen in a traditional household setup.
Through this setup I have lost little to no speed from the various hops from phone to router to router.
P.S. -For this setup you only need 1 router that is capable of being ran in client bridge mode, the other functions as a normal router and doesn't need a 3rd party firmware. -Test running Wifi Tether on the phone with only mac address filtering and no WIFI protection to see if you garner any more speed (WIFI protections has overhead). -This setup is great as you can place the phone in the area of the house that receives the best signal and have the main router (router B in my setup) in the most beneficial location for WiFi coverage in the house
Braden Butts: Ek02 how I have been trying forever
Next Level Audio: This is really cool and what i need. Howe er I've had 2 og those Linksys AP's and I just resently threw the last og them out, not Knowing i would lever nede it again ffs!! My Jensen AP has "universal repeater" but i cant måske it work :-( .
bornfreedj tictoc: really really good info im subscribing for sure and thankyou:-)
moralez moralezz: man another good video i was looking and looking for this repeater thing and again
you had the solution thanks max like always doing excellent videos .
Kpear6026: I live in the country and use a Sprint Mobile Broadband PX-500 air card to access the internet. The card is going out and I was wondering if I purchased a new Sprint smart phone with the unlimited data plan....could I use this as my internet connection at home? I would not use it for voice. We average around 24 gigabyte per month.
Travis B. Masterson: Btw I keep the exact router for the exact same reason works nice as a repeater do not trash these wonderful routers
Travis B. Masterson: -.- you forgot save of all sily things and didn't edit it out¿ ha¡
*,* ...Thinks about it. ...Ok I too have humped momma's. LoL
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Drop_Kick_Rick: You, sir ARE THE TITS!!!!!
Max Lee: You can but you have to pay for it and deal with a bunch of scammy people just to get it. On Android, "it just works". The difference is night and day once you tether on Android, u will never go back to that dinky iOS tethering crap.
fagerbag: you can tether on ios too, stop hating on ios so much man, if you like android, than that's cool but almost all of your videos are biased towards android, and you just try to make ios look bad
Max Lee: yes. just data.
AikoCheat: Do you need data to tether?
ill3stjuan: oh okay i get you
How to Run Your Home Internet Off Your Android Smartphone Wifi Tether!5
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