Surprise! The infamous TetherMe for iOS 7, a popular Hotspot Jailbreak Tweak is now released in Cydia to Enable Hotspot on iPhone and iPad.
Since the release of iOS 7 jailbreak by Team Evad3rs, everyday we see a new jailbreak tweak released for iOS 7. The developers behind famous jailbreak tweaks are also updating their cydia tweaks to add support for iOS 7. Few days ago, iFile and MobileSubstrate tweaks were updated for iOS 7 and now today its TetherMe turn. Just now, the developers behind infamous Hotspot tweak TetherMe have released TetherMe for iOS 7 which is also compatible with A7 iDevices like iPhone 5S and iPad Air.
TetherMe is must have jailbreak tweak for all those iPhone and iPad users who want to use the Hotspot feature on their iPhone or iPad. You might be wondering at this point that what is the purpose of jailbreaking and then installing TetherMe on iPhone if Hotspot is already offered by iOS by default. Well, though iOS does offer hotspot feature but it comes with carrier limitations. So by jailbreaking your iPhone and then installing TetherMe for iOS 7 on it, you will be free of carrier limitations to effectively enable Hotspot on iPhone and iPad.
How to Install TetherMe for iOS 7
In order to install TetherMe for iOS 7, you first need to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad. Once done with jailbreaking process, simply unlock your iDevice. If the jailbreak process was successful then you will see Cydia on your iPhone homescreen.
Click on Cydia app to launch it. Tap Manage button at the bottom and then at top right tap on add. Add BigBoss repo there and refresh the Cydia App. Now search for “TetherMe for iOS” or simply TetherMe there and install it.
Once it is installed, restart the spring board or iPhone, iPad and then you are ready to go. Since TetherMe doesn’t create any icon on spring board so you will be able to activate this from Settings –> General –> Network settings.
TetherMe for for iOS 7 isn’t a free Jailbreak tweak rather it is available in Cydia for $4.99 but I think it isn’t that much expensive if you look at its function.