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HoRNDIS: USB tethering driver for Mac OS X | Joshua Wise’s domain
Anywhere I can donate a few bucks for beer money? It is known to work with Mac OS X versions They have binary distributions nowadays and almost works like a charm. Sadly, David Brownell passed away in April of I don’t want to use any any app for tethering, I want the real thing, as other operating systems can do it, so please no suggestions for alternative methods. To build the source, you’ll need Xcode 4.
A special note about bit machines. It is now a valuable resource for people who want to make the most of their mobile devices, from customizing the look and feel to adding new functionality.
I recently updated my MacBook pro to macOS sierra. Don’t expect this to be free as in beer though. You are connected via IPv4. Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post. Been looking for something like this for a while. It’s free and can be downloaded here:.
For most applications, it’s OK to build against a newer SDK; for a kernel module, the magic vtable space-saving tricks require you to compile against the lowest common denominator.
RNDIS Driver for El Capitan
Ask Different works best with Rndia enabled. User profile for user: The latest version available is 9. Sadly, it turns out to have been something of a compromise; in Windows XP, CDC Ethernet devices were not supported, and in the choice between XP users and Mac users, we got the short end of the stick.
So if you know how to enable usb tethering then please help me out. Simply running xcodebuild in the checkout directory should be sufficient to build the kext.
Getting and building the source. This page is also available in Russian: Beatrice Bowmani Beatrice Bowmani.
Guest Quick Reply no urls or BBcode. Disables installation on bit machines, and includes new device support. Are you a developer?
You may already know this, but Android has their own Mac connection tool. It’s just as clumsy in Sierra as it has been in all previous versions of the Mac OS. That’s great to hear. This is the newest version that supports OS X