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For those of you who cannot wifi tether on your AT&T Galaxy S4 SGH-i337, here’s how to bypass AT&T’s wifi tether provisioning mechanism to enable it.
UPDATE: There’s a better method to get wifi tether, please CLICK HERE to see!
First, you will need a rooted phone, go ahead and root your AT&T Galaxy S4 following method here.
Step 1. Next, download the new Wifi Tether provisioning files.
Step 2. Download Script Manager on Play Store.
Step 3. Choose “Browse as root”.
Step 4. Make sure you hit “Allow” when Superuser window pops up.
Step 5. Browse to /system/app directory and you will find two files called TetheringProvision.apk and TetheringProvision.odex. Rename these files to TetheringProvision.bak and TetheringProvision.bak2, respectively.
Step 6. Go to your Download folder (or where you downloaded your new TetheringProvision.apk file to) and copy.
Step 7. Paste the file into /system/app directory.
Step 8. Reboot your AT&T Galaxy S4 and try turning Mobile Hotspot on. You will still get AT&T’s warning message but tethering should now turn on and work.
Step 9. Try connecting to your mobile hotspot from your computer or another WiFi device. It should work now. Enjoy!
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