Starting in Android 4.3, Google added some code to AOSP that tagged your internet traffic when you were running a mobile hotspot, which made it incredibly easy for carriers to block tethering if you didn’t have it included in your plan. But as of Android 6.0, this “tether_dun_required” tag has been removed, which means you no longer have to edit a database file to get tethering up and running.

Instead, all you need to do now is add a single line to your build.prop file, and tethering will be unlocked on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Of course, your monthly data limits and standard overage charges… more

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