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Internet on Mavericks (Easy Workaround for Android Users)
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First of all A HUGE THANK YOU to Team Niresh...!!! 

You guys are saviours of AMD users. Without you guys, I will still be drooling at working Mavericks Builds.

 

I now have a stable and working Mavericks build and now it is my turn to start Paying It Forward.!!

 

I have been searching for a compatible Wifi card to gain internet access for some time. I couldn't get my hands on the working models so far. So I went searching for an alternative.

 

After eating bucket loads of posts from different websites, I stumbled on a word in a comment section "PdaNet+".

And Bingo.! I now have a working internet connection in Mavericks.

 

So, the deal is simple. Its called USB Tethering.  

 

Maybe You can simply connect to PC, Enable USB Tethering and connect to internet. But I can't verify it.

 

Because My Nexus 7 Wifi (2012 Model) Runs on Stock Android (4.4 KitKat) and USB tethering Option is removed in KitKat. It was present until 4.3 Jelly Bean. So I have to manually enable it using 3rd Party App. 

 

"Praise Google"

 

In order to make this working, you need to have the following things.

 

* An Android Phone/Tablet (Android 2.2 and Up)

 

*An active Internet connection on your Phone/Tablet. You can also Connect your phone or Tab to a Wifi Internet at home/work or any where.

 

* A data cable.

 

* PdaNet+ Android App and Mac Client. I have uploaded it for you.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/6l1ob6e738l85cg/Mavericks_Internet_Tools.zip

 

I have Included the Mac Client and the Android App In the link. Ofcourse you can go to PdaNet website and download it yourself.

I have also included the dmg file for Android File Transfer, without which you Won't be able to read your Android Device Storage.

 

http://pdanet.co/

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pdanet&hl=en

 

Here is list of working Devices.  Mine is a Google Nexus 7 Wifi only Tab. It works like a breeze.

 

http://pdanet.co/help/devices.php

 

 

Here are the steps:

 

1. Install PDANet+ Android App. Don't open it immediately. Run the FoxFi Key apk file and the you are good to go.

 

(You can buy the App incase, you are not interested in side loading 3rd party App, which a basically a security risk)

 

(If you don't know how to side load Android Apps, Here is a Quick Guide.)

 

Go to Setting > Security > Check the option "Unknown Sources - allow installation of apps from sources other than play store".

Install ES File Explorer from Google Play store. Then you can browse your folders in device storage.

Copy "PdaNet+ v4.15.apk & FoxFi Key (supports PdaNet) v1.02.apk" to your device storage.

Navigate to Folder > click on PdaNet+ v4.15.apk and install it. Don't open. Install FoxFi Key the same Way.

 

 

2. Open the PdaNet+ app, Check "Activate USB Tether".

 

3. Connect your device to Mavericks. Install PdaNetA412.pkg file on mac and run it.

 

4. Click Connect from PdaNet+ Menu in TaskBar.

 

Tadaaaa....  :clapping:  :clapping:  :clapping: 

 

You can now use internet without any hiccups... 

 

Please point out if there are any mistakes...

 

 

 

gracias amigos...!!!

 

 

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