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Can I use my Orange San Francisco for tethering?

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I want to use my Orange San Francisco for tethering. It is one of the earlier models, with the OLED screen. I have already rooted it and not using the Orange software.

There a few questions I want to ask.

Can it work as a normal modem (is that the same of tethering)? Is the software already built in?

What is the modem speed, how can I check the connection speed with my provider?

Is the 3 network a good one to use it on?

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if you are using Froyo or a later android version, under settings, wireless networks, tethering & portable hotspot you should find the option to usb or wifi tether

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Three UK block WiFi tethering most of the time however when they don't know you are tethering the speeds are very good even on the blade.

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