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    Go to the Device Info app, then top left, hit preferences, then tests, you can run a bunch of tests, for battery, screen, touch sensors, light, volume buttons, ringer switch, keyboard, gps, audio, everything - haha maybe it's me but I just figured it out.
    I was trying to find a way to get mytether to work on my sprint pre, because ever since the last update, it won't work. And I "donated" $14 for it.
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    Yeah, it's good to run those before you accept a new phone, either through insurance or in-store. It makes dead/stuck pixels easy to find besides doing a nearly full diagnostics on the hardware.
    I'm a man, but I can change, if I have to, I guess.
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    use this way(the link i posted) instead of mytether. way easier. or if you need bluetooth and usb use free tether instead. i think this link is by far the easiest way to use your phone as a wifi hotspot.

    http://forums.precentral.net/web-os-...print-pre.html
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    Screw Mytether when MHS is free


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    Quote Originally Posted by hockey4life0099 View Post
    use this way(the link i posted) instead of mytether. way easier. or if you need bluetooth and usb use free tether instead. i think this link is by far the easiest way to use your phone as a wifi hotspot.

    http://forums.precentral.net/web-os-...print-pre.html
    I know, but I don't know how to install those ipk links...do I get them from within webosquickinstall, and if so, how?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vtboyarc View Post
    Go to the Device Info app, then top left, hit preferences, then tests, you can run a bunch of tests, for battery, screen, touch sensors, light, volume buttons, ringer switch, keyboard, gps, audio, everything - haha maybe it's me but I just figured it out.
    Thanks! I didn't know these were there and had never seen anyone else mention them. Good to know!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vtboyarc View Post
    I know, but I don't know how to install those ipk links...do I get them from within webosquickinstall, and if so, how?
    you just copy and paste those links in address bar to download those files and then with quick install open you go to file>add file. then you just choose those two files from where ever you downloaded them to. then just hit that giant install button and your done.

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