Wasn't the recently launched Windows Phone 7 platform missing support for USB tethering? As it turns out, it packs that after all - some guys managed to enable it on a Samsung Omnia 7.
The Windows Phone 7 is still quite immature and, currently, the devices based on it lack plenty of goodies that even some feature phones could offer you, like USB tethering.
But now you could bring the USB tethering back to your WP7 device's specs sheet.
You only need to enter the Service menu of the handset and tweak a few settings and you'll have the USB tethering enabled on your Omnia 7.
This will allow you to use your handset as a 3G modem.
There might be some other tricks to enable it on WP7 smartphones by other phone makers beside Samsung but those are yet to be revealed.
Check out this website for full instructions or follow the source link below.
i hope all windows phone 7 phone burn to hell....and microsoft can rot in the dark pit of tatarus.... I hope ARM, ADOBE FLASH, NEVER SUPPORT WINP7....and samsung lg htc qualcomm and all other withdraw their support..... this is a curse to microsoft w...
It's a pity it wasn't reported a week ago, I love the WP7 OS and believe it has great potential but unfortunately for Microsoft I needed USB connectivity with Outlook & tethering for a justified reasons so I purchased HTC Desire HD running Andro...