Hello everyone. I am having some trouble getting my Windows 7 (x64) computer to tether via USB to my HTC EVO 4G. My EVO is currently running CM7.1. I've installed Java 7 JDK, Android SDK, and HTC Sync. The device manager shows up fine until I hit the checkbox for USB tethering under Wireless & networks. Then, device manager will show an Android Phone under Other devices and a code 10 (device cannot start) for Remote NDIS based Internet Sharing Device #2 under Network adapters. I've tried it with both 3G and 4G if that makes any difference. If connected to my computer while in the bootloader, then device manager shows no errors and the EVO shows up as "HTC Bootloader." During normal Windows, the EVO shows up as "My HTC" under Android USB Devices in device manager. It's only when I enable USB tethering then it shows errors in device manager. USB Debugging mode is of course enabled.
I've gotten USB tethering to work before on this phone but that was back when I ran the wired tethering apk with rooted stock ROM. I'd prefer not to use PDANet or any other apps like that. I would prefer to use the actual function built into CM7 if possible. The wireless tethering works flawlessly. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!
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trouble with USB tethering
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