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  1. Hi Chrizee, Thanks for the detailed post. For the use case scenario: This is helpful because for people who have an unlimited data plan, but not an unlimited tether plan this scenario would be useful. Easy tether is tethering, but not by the means of the traditional way. If easy tether gave you the ability to make a hotspot out of it, it would be great because you wouldn't even need the Pineapple. That command "cat /etc/openwrt_release" was very helpful, that helped pin-point which version to use for the install. I was able to successfully install the correct version
  2. Easy Tether Pro connects via USB cable or Bluetooth, but also requires the client device to have the EasyTether software for it to work. I do not have a monthly hotspot plan on my phone. I wanted to use the EasyTether method to avoid this.
  3. Looking at Darren and Shannon's post below. I attempted to set up Easy Tether Pro by connecting my smartphone with the Pineapple Mark VII, Has anyone gotten this to work? The instructions work good until i get to the 10:30 minute mark. There is not a install available for the CPU architecture for the MarkVII. I have tried the latest version and downloading older versions, but none seem to have the architecture of the MarkVII which is either "mips" or "MediaTek MT7628", however I'm not 100% sure that info i have found is correct. So none of the installs work because the architecture i
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