[SOLVED] Creating a Wi Fi hotspot with a 7 inch Android Tab?
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Distribution: Debian Sid AMD64, Raspbian Wheezy, Slackware Current AMD64, various VMs
On my E71 I use JoikuSpot from the Ovi store (or whatever it's called this week) to turn my phone into a WiFi hotspot. I liked it so much I got the paid for version but the free version is OK, it just lacks any encryption so you have to be careful to secure your connection some other way.
Well, you say it has no USB MODEM port... but does the tablet have USB on it?
If so you may be able to get it to play hotspot... there are plenty of apps that do that.
You need only confirm that you can get connected to the usb device as your network source.