If you open the app tray on your phone by pressing "Menu > all apps" you should have a blue logo that looks like "#". That's where you can go to see any application you've given permission to root. So in this case you'd open it up and see something like
This is not my first Android. I rooted my Moment and ran 2.1 for a while.
as per the picture, you can see, I am rooted.
Also; using RootExplorer, I was able to Delete Stocks.apk from my phone and a few other portions of bloatware.
I'll rephrase, I removed the .apk file from /system/app
But the program still seems to be on the phone, and working lol..
I just removed some bloatware with adb shell stuff and its gone so I have no doubt again, that I am rooted... what is going on?
So I started doing some troubleshooting on this;
I uninstalled, reinstalled, got binary config files written or what ever.
I realized first; hey, WIFI is turned off on my phone, so I turned it on
Second, I realized it connected to my local WIFI, so I disconnected that
Unable to start tethering. Please try again!
Same here google chrome and IT DOES NOT WORK. I guess they just blocked me then.
Are you clicking the link in step 3 of the tutorial? The link to wireless_tether_2_0_5-pre2.apk? I just opened firefox on my PC, had to blow the dust off, and it works. Just to be thorough i went and checked chrome again and it worked (thats twice now) and clicked it on my phone again and it worked (thats twice now).
Skip the PC and click the link from your phone. It may be a result of firewall/config setting on your PC but i assure you, the link is 100% live.
im having the same problems as another member had on page 6 where it didnt ask me for permission at all and the tethering is not working. I also checked to make sure i have root with the code provided and the "#" symbol is shown...