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    HowTo bypass hotspotting device restrictions

    Coming from this thread,

    http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?p=16174732
    - TMO reseller, cheap bigData: 4G Antennashop

    Reselling @Work service plans intended to provide multiuser internet to businesses in underserved likely rural areas or office WAN failover backup.

    No voice, data only, designed to work from dedicated MiFi hotspot/router devices, but branded ones like ZTE Z915 are not allowed.

    Works fine from a phone directly (XT1045) but using that as a hotspot results in secondary clients getting the TMO upsell referral page stating hotspotting feature not included with the plan.

    Discussion on the service provider, business and plan details, please use the thread linked above.

    This thread is to discuss the more general but technical topic on HOWTO bypass TMO's restrictions, whether through mods requiring rooting, third-party apps, the use of VPNs and/or combinations of these. PLEASE let's try to keep the thread on topic and constructive in tone…

    Rather than simply giving a short flip answer, it would be greatly appreciated if posters could provide links to links to background information and detailed tutorial aimed at relatively non-technical users.

    As I come across ideas mentioned in other threads I will post them here, but understand I'm a relative newcomer to the topic myself. Hopefully we'll be able to collect solid information here that will be useful as a reference to many for some time.

    Thanks in advance for participating.

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    What is a VPN?

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    How to tether using T-mobile unlimited 4G without getting blocked ? / DNS Leak

    This may help some to understand there's more to the problem.

    http://www.fergeeks.com/mobile/tethe...ed-4g-blocked/

    What is DNS leak fix? And why is it important?

    DNS leak is a major security risk for anyone using VPN. Windows, Linux and MAC OS
    are all affected by this.
    DNS leak could happen to all kinds of network encryptions such as OpenVPN, PPTP and
    L2TP.

    Basically DNS leak is when the DNS that is given to you by your ISP leaks through
    your VPN.
    Which could lead to exposing your true IP thus make your VPN protection useless.
    Your ISP could use this to see what websites you visit and block access to websites.

    VPNCheck Pro uses DNS leak fix and makes it a seamless experience. With one click
    and you don't have to worry about it at all. offered as a free (limited feature) trail,
    Cost $20.00 - $30.00 - [BUT a few free option on the but not as complete as this one.]

    DNS leak fix is the ultimate protection if your VPN crash. Any data which could leak
    through is stopped before the VPN crash is detected.

    DNS leak fix creates a tunnel around VPN and the internet connection.
    When VPN goes down data traffic cannot go through tunnel unless the DNS leak fix is reset.
    This gives you 100% security against any data leakage in the event of a VPN crash.
    The DNS leak fix for VPNCheck Pro has been heavily tested to prevent this from happening.


    There are several DNS leak fixes floating around the web, and during testing it was
    noticed that they are unreliable if used with OpenVPN on Windows Vista and 7.
    They are unreliable because if you restart or shutdown computer OpenVPN will fail to
    connect properly when you to start Windows again with OpenVPN.

    So if you don’t run the correct commands and wait for sometime before connecting to
    OpenVPN after restart or shutdown, the OpenVPN will show itself as connected but in
    reality it isn’t, and thus would trick the user into thinking he or she is protected.
    This is alarming due to the fact how popular OpenVPN is, and how many users use
    DNS leak fixes they find on the web.

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    Who on the Internet can see your IP address, and what can they do with it?

    Part 1 - http://www.ghacks.net/2014/11/05/who...ey-do-with-it/


    Part 2 - http://www.ghacks.net/2014/11/06/wha...tect-yourself/


    Part 3 - http://www.ghacks.net/2014/11/26/wha...als-about-you/

    Most All VPNs Reviewed
    Here’s a list of most all the providers reviewed in order of their score, so you can easily compare their services and
    make the right choice. Prices shown are the monthly minimum.

    https://www.bestvpn.com/all-vpn-providers/
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    also offers a 3 Day Trial for $2.50
    Same $70.00 here plus save 10% off PureVPN Lifetime Subscription with email signup of updates of specials at BitsDuJour Deals ,
    https://bitsdujour.stacksocial.com/s...ime-of-purevpn
    http://proxy-services-review.toptenr...pn-review.html
    user reviews
    http://disqus.com/embed/comments/?ba...PN&s_o=default

    Compatibility
    •Windows

    •Mac

    •iOS

    •Android

    License
    •License deadline: redeem within 30 days of purchase

    •Updates included

    •Length of access: lifetime

    Terms
    •All sales final

    •Instant digital redemption

    •After the 5-year initial term, contact the vendor to re-activate at no additional charge

    The provider states clearly that they will never release any information about your account usage unless they are required to by law-enforcement personnel. It’s important to note, however, that this isn’t a “zero logging” service, so those who (for whatever reason) prefer to use a totally confidential service will need to find a different provider.
    -----------------------------------------

    proXPN VPN: Premium Lifetime Subscription at BitsDuJour for $39 with same 10% off price savings with email signup specials deals update.
    https://bitsdujour.stacksocial.com/s...emium-lifetime
    http://enterprise-vpn-services-revie...pn-review.html
    user reviews
    http://disqus.com/embed/comments/?ba....0&s_o=default

    Compatibility
    •Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP

    •Mac OS X 10.6 or later

    •iOS & Android 4.0 or later

    •Linux (w/ manual installation)

    License
    •License deadline: redeem within 30 days of purchase

    •Use up to 4 devices (though each device must use a different server location)

    •No restrictions on torrent traffic

    •No logs kept

    •Updates included

    •Length of access: lifetime

    Terms
    •NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY

    •All sales final

    •Instant digital redemption

    Finding out about logging was a little more difficult, as the features list referred to “Limited record keeping (14 days),
    only logs kept are of connections made to the servers and that those are deleted within 14 days, “beyond that we can’t tell what you are doing or see any website info.”

    Plenty to like about proXPN, but unfortunately the good things are overshadowed by the very average download speeds.
    If speed isn’t the most important thing to you, proXPN is perhaps worth a look, especially given the free options and money-back guarantee, but you’ll probably find an alternative that works just as well AND offers impressive speeds.
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    What Serious QUESTIONs & ANSWERs You should be looking for in your decidsion of VPNs

    1. Do you keep ANY logs which would allow you to match an IP-address and a time stamp to a user of your service? If so, exactly what information do you hold and for how long?

    2. Under what jurisdiction(s) does your company operate?

    3. What tools are used to monitor and mitigate abuse of your service?

    4. Do you use any external email providers (e.g. Google Apps) or support tools ( e.g Live support, Zendesk) that hold information provided by users?

    5. In the event you receive a DMCA takedown notice or European equivalent, how are these handled?

    6. What steps are taken when a valid court order requires your company to identify an active user of your service? Has this ever happened?

    7. Does your company have a warrant canary or a similar solution to alert customers to gag orders?

    8. Is BitTorrent and other file-sharing traffic allowed on all servers? If not, why?

    9. Which payment systems do you use and how are these linked to individual user accounts?

    10. What is the most secure VPN connection and encryption algorithm you would recommend to your users? Do you provide tools such as “kill switches” if a connection drops and DNS leak protection?

    11. Do you use your own DNS servers? (if not, which servers do you use?)

    12. Do you have physical control over your VPN servers and network or are they outsourced and hosted by a third party (if so, which ones)? Where are your servers located?

    A VPN provider located in the US or Europe can and probability be ordered/demanded to hand over user information,
    (if it's kept in a log somewhere).

    Same might be true of just a sever located in these areas.

    US PATRIOT Act / and Europe's equivalent - that's why so many VPN's are located outside of the reach of these
    agencies and territories. [ fall under US Data Retention or EU DRD laws ]

    VPN - " Hide My A** " did this very thing - released a users information which lead to his arrest.

    Though most majority of users don't in gauge in illegal actives, the way the surveillance world (US-NSA) has become
    these simple practices of the questions above will help for any headaches later.
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    OpenVPN - Gui Alternatives for Platforms OS's / Alternative Softether

    OpenVPN - Gui Alternatives for Platforms OS's / Alternative Softether

    MAC / free
    Tunnelblick - is a free, open source Graphic User Interface (GUI) for OpenVPN on Mac OS X.
    https://www.tunnelblick.net/

    MAC-WIN / 30 free trial $9.00
    Viscosity - can connect to any VPN server supporting OpenVPN .
    https://www.sparklabs.com/viscosity/

    WIN - LINUX / free
    OAST - is a cross-platform front-end (GUI) for OpenVPN-client, allowing to manage multiple.
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/oast/

    WIN / 30 free trial $14.95 - sale 20% Off $11.96 / also if your happy with the limits of the
    free version after trial your free to use that way.
    tunXten - is a lightweight but powerful OpenVPN GUI client for the Windows platform.
    It's a Windows OpenVPN GUI client designed with usability as a top priority in mind.
    Home - http://www.tunxten.com/
    Sale - http://www.bitsdujour.com/software/tunxten
    Effectively Manage Multiple OpenVPN Connections
    WIN / free
    OpenVPN MI GUI - is a Windows graphical user interface for the OpenVPN client management interface.
    http://openvpn-mi-gui.inside-security.de/

    WIN - LINUX / free
    toi - is a fork of Oast, has functional similar to that of Oast but adds more security for login storing.
    It has also support for multi-language UI.
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/toi/
    ------------------------------
    Note that SoftEther VPN Client runs only on Windows.
    SoftEther - Very powerful, easy-to-use, multi-protocol VPN software.

    Tutorials - http://www.softether.org/4-docs/2-howto

    First you need to have purchased a VPN service from somewhere, then use these guide for a windows os set-up of softether.
    This purchased VPN service you've chosen gives you your credintals to use in step # 7.

    http://www.24vc.com/guide?v=softether

    Compare the above guide with this guide below to understand, I had to, since both guides deal with a certain
    VPN service of the guide in the instructions, this guide at step # 12 you would put your information from your purchased
    VPN service.

    https://www.cactusvpn.com/tutorials/...pn-on-windows/

    ------------------------------
    Connect to VPN Gate by Using SoftEther VPN (SSL-VPN) - work a round for other OS's platform's
    http://www.vpngate.net/en/howto_softether.aspx

    VPN Gate is free of charge. No user registrations are required. Anonymous connections are accepted.

    VPN Gate network consists of many VPN servers, which are provided by volunteers around the world.

    Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad and Android are supported.

    Supports SSL-VPN (SoftEther VPN) protocol, L2TP/IPsec protocol, OpenVPN protocol and Microsoft SSTP protocol.
    http://www.vpngate.net/en/about_overview.aspx

    VPN on Windows step by step guide (Using SoftEther VPN w/ VPN Gate Client Plug-in )
    http://www.vpngate.net/en/howto_softether.aspx

    Mac, iPhone / iPad and Android users have to choose other method.
    http://www.vpngate.net/en/howto.aspx

    Mac OS X - http://www.vpngate.net/en/howto_mac.aspx
    iPhone / iPad (iOS) - http://www.vpngate.net/en/howto_ios.aspx
    Android - http://www.vpngate.net/en/howto_android.aspx
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    Suspend OS SYSTEMS Programs When You Lose VPN Connectivity

    Suspend OS System Programs When You Lose VPN Connectivity and reconnect VPN, restart system programs.
    SEE Post # 13 too.
    Sooner or later every VPN user starts to worry about what will happen if their VPN connection
    drops while they are away, busy, occupied in other parts of device .
    After all, we all know it happens from time to time, and what is the point of using VPN if
    your online activity can be exposed for all to see, sometimes for hours at a time, because you
    weren’t around to close down your programs.

    Not every Vpn client has a KILL SWITCH build in and thoes that do how reliable , what to do ?
    I've done a long search to address this problem and here are some options for you to consider.

    @@@ FREE:
    Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
    ***TunnelRat - monitors your VPN and automatically restarts it if it stops functioning properly.
    If you use Microsoft's built-in VPN with the PPTP protocol you probably experience occasional
    problems where the VPN stops working.
    http://www.tunnelrat.net/

    Windows All / portable version
    ***VPN Lifeguard - will close down the specified applications and automatically reconnect your VPN.
    Then, reload applications after Automaticall reconnecting the VPN.
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/vpnlifeguard/

    Windows, Linux
    ***VPNCheck - limited version - offers Close programs or network when VPN crash, Options to close or
    autorun each application, Virtualization support for VMware and Virtualbox, Notification when VPN
    is offline, Detect if Local IP changes for router VPN pass through
    http://www.guavi.com/vpncheck_free.html

    Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1
    ***VPNetMon -prevents unsecured connections after your VPN connection went down. It simply closes
    specified applications when the VPN connection is down (for example Ivacy or Relakks Service).
    If soft closing of the applications is not possible it will kill applications the hard way
    http://vpnetmon.webs.com/

    iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android 2.2 and up
    ***VPN Watcher - Find out the most suitable VPN provider for your real connection conditions.
    Get info about the latest changes from the most of VPN providers.
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vpn-...91340?mt=8&at=
    Open iTunes to download app.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...nwatcher&hl=en


    @@@ COST:
    OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor
    ***VPN Monitor - is a status bar application to monitor and immediately reconnect a lost or
    'dropped' VPN connection.
    It will automatically reconnect any VPN Service configured under System Preferences > Network. When
    multiple VPN Services are configured, VPN Monitor's unique fallback feature will cycle through the
    list until a successful connection has been established.
    Supports all native protocols L2TP, PPTP and Cisco IPSec
    Supports single and multiple VPN Services setup and MAC network locations
    $1.99 - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vpn-...814?ls=1&mt=12

    Windows XP / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit / 8 / 2003 / 2008 - OS X
    ***VPN Watcher - monitors your VPN connection, and prevents applications from sending data to the
    network if your VPN connection goes down!
    Controlled applications:Free 1, Presonal Unlimited, Gold Unlimited
    Checking interval : Free 500ms, Personal Dynamic up to 99ms, Gold Dynamic up to 99ms
    Suspend applications: Free NO, Personal YES, Gold YES
    Launch apps with parameters: Free NO, Personal YES, Gold YES
    Number of devices: FREE Unlimited, Personal 2, Gold 5
    Free -
    Sale 15% - $8.45 - http://www.bitsdujour.com/software/v...h-for-software
    Personal - $9.95 - http://www.ugdsoft.com/products/vpnwatcher/
    Gold - $19.99 https://billing.ugdsoft.com/cart
    Compare VPN Watcher Editions - http://www.ugdsoft.com/vpnwatcher-editions/

    ***VPNCheck Pro - Windows XP / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit / 8 / 8 64 bit
    Unique features:
    Auto-login to OpenVPN, PTPP and L2TP
    DNS leak fix (Prevent ISP monitoring & Data leaks) More info
    Close programs or network when VPN crash
    Options to close or autorun each application
    Router VPN detection
    Unlimited programs supported
    Virtualization support for VMware and Virtualbox
    Notification when VPN is offline
    Computer ID protection:
    Security against WiFi WPA/WPA2 backdoors
    Prevent various Computer ID fishing techniques
    Auto create new computer ID
    Reminder to change computer ID automatically or manually

    ALSO SEE this artical fully even the comments section at the last of it , some really good
    information covering different system OS's.
    "5 ways to protect yourself when your VPN connection fails"

    https://www.bestvpn.com/blog/5142/5-...nection-fails/
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    My God you could write a book! Keep in mind VPNs are only one part of a solution, and perhaps not even necessary for many.

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    I'm going to start collecting relevant snippets as they come up in other threads. Please don't post huge compendiums of every possible bit of information related to the topic let's try to keep it usually short and to the point.
    Quote Originally Posted by brandon2011 View Post
    If you root your N6 and add a few words to the build prop you can use the stock tether function

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    Quote Originally Posted by HansCT View Post
    My God you could write a book! Keep in mind VPNs are only one part of a solution, and perhaps not even necessary for many.
    I think it better to have it all in one area of the thread to make it all known and then referenced easy / not chopped up all over the thread.

    I was trying to cover all avenues of the VPN (Virtual Private Network) in one place before moving on to mods requiring rooting, third-party apps, or combinations of these. OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERR11CC View Post
    This all seems so complicated...too much trouble than it is worth. Anyone know of a simple and direct workaround to the T-Mobile upsell page? I know that you have to use a VPN as well as a rooted phone...but what are the exact steps to go about this?

    I will try to give you helpful info. - 1st its good to know where you are at like the below example.

    EX: T-Mobile ZTE Zinger Z667 Smart phone - Android (4.4.2) - NO Root

    This can usually be found on the box or manual and your own knowledge if you bought a locked or unlocked device and have made OS changes to Sim unlock and have done a root or not.

    Sites like phone arena, phone scoop, and fonearena could help if have nothing but the device now - use the search box of those sites.
    XDA site search to see options of you have in tweaking your device as in a root method and maybe choices in custom ROM's.
    Just remember a warning of that you have only yourself to blame if all goes a foul and your manufactures warranty will most like be Voided.

    For the free or almost free VPN's (in random order) I think these might be give you options, maybe to that of a client for both your device (phone) and then of desktop/laptop system. A client offers a way to use the VPN service without going into setting and manually making changes of the network of these systems. A backup of any device is always a good practice, when don't understanding something your attempting to do, and gives you a way to revert missed your mark attempt.

    MAC/PC do an internal backup that your system OS offers.
    Phone device do the same, if you have root there are more to offer here check XDA or other Android sites as well as G.playStore or sites to the OS of that device.

    I would go with a free/sm. cost-(daily bases) VPN service provider first getting the ropes down and move on from there to what your really wanting in a VPN service before dropping the money for a month or annual subscription. Not all are bug free / speed / constant connection
    worthy of a subscription till you test the VPN service to your liking first.

    TunnelBear - have a ‘Little Bear’ version which is completely free, and works just like the Giant and Grizzly plans but with a 500MB download limit. With regards to price, TunnelBear definitely offers a very competitive service with very little compromise.
    If you are using the free version you can also get an extra 1GB download limit by tweeting about them.
    Offer a Windows VPN client, Android app, Video review - https://youtu.be/me2773qKVE8

    SurfEasy VPN - Starter VPN is a 500MB free service with the possibility of increasing this to 1GB or even more by completing a few tasks (sharing, adding another device, etc.). There are no speed limits on this, however, their Ad Tracker Blocking isn’t available.
    Offers a Windows VPN client, Android app, Video review - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKqUtEgNjJk

    Faceless.me VPN - is a uniquely generous service, in that the provider offers up to 2GB of VPN traffic completely free of charge and with no sign-up whatsoever, speed is limited on the free service and it’s not possible to switch between VPN servers.
    Offers a Windows, Mac, and Linux VPN client, Android, iPhone and iPad app, Video review - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JJajMteNkc

    Hotspot Shield VPN - a time-unlimited free trial, but this only allows use of the US servers, prevents access to some premium streaming websites such as Netflix and Hulu, and injects advertisements into webpages viewed while connected, good speeds and reliable connections.
    Offers a Windows, Mac, iOS VPN client (using IPsec), Android app, Video review - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yE1dOOIxA34

    Hope this give you a start and a direction to pursue.

    Offers and information I give here may change and I'm sure I could of gotten some facts wrong, not included some FREE VPN's and as I'm only trying to help don't hold me to what's in print.

    If some know of others - a FREE VPN service then give a short review to add to this thread for others visiting here.
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    TMo tether monitoring is too primitive to need to worry about DNS leaks and IP reveals. Rooting isn't needed to bypass TMo tethering restrictions.

    1.) Use one of the many TMo MVNOs that don't monitor tethering.

    2.) Use a browser that allows the user to mimic the desktop/laptop User Agent string as a smartphone browser. All major browsers allow User Agent cloaking. The downside is that some of your web pages will look like the mobile version.

    3.) Let Fiddler handle the mimicking without touching your browser configurations. The downside is that some of your web pages will look like the mobile version.

    4.) Use a VPN/SSH tunneling app (like Psiphon) to encrypt all HTTP communications from TMo monitoring. TMo only monitors HTTP connections. Most other Internet protocols are already encrypted anyway.

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    So there isn't a simple app tethering solution? Ideally not requiring root?

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