By Chuong Nguyen | July 21, 2009 10:14 AM
We’ve been loving WMWiFiRouter, which is a $30 piece of software that creates an ad-hoc wireless network and allows you to tether your computer using your Windows Phone’s internet connection. However, word that a new HTC-developed WiFi sharing app will not only make WMWiFiRouter seem expensive, but also obsolete.
The CAB installer is available at XDA-Developers. One note: the app installs but doesn’t create a shortcut. You’ll have to locate the file using File Explorer or a third party file manager software and create your own shortcut. The app is accessed under: windowsCMInternetsharing.exe