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[Guide] How to tether your Macbook to your iOS Device, no jailbreak required!

After upgrading to the iPhone 7 Plus from a jailbroken 6 Plus, I sorely missed having the ability to tether my Macbook Pro to my phone. I did some research today and after numerous failed attempts, I came across a relatively simple way to tether without the need to sideload any IPAs.
This guide will focus on Mac but it should be possible on Windows/Linux as well.

What you'll need:

How it works

This method takes advantage of a feature of the vSSH iOS app called port forwarding, which enables us to set up a SOCKS proxy between the iPhone and a remote Linux server. Then, we can use a proxy client on the Mac to connect to the proxy on the iPhone. Here's a crude MS-Paint diagram: http://i.imgur.com/Bt6BiqO.png

Set up DigitalOcean

If you have your own server or already know how to set one up, you can skip this section.
Follow this guide to set up your DigitalOcean Virtual Private Server (VPS) with the following settings:
When you get to the step in the guide titled "Log In To Your Droplet", take note of the IP address as you will need this later. Also, for the new root password choose something secure and memorable, or generate it with a password manager. If you choose a weak password, automated bots will potentially brute force it and use your droplet to mine Bitcoin or set up phishing sites.

Start an Ad-Hoc network on your Laptop

  1. Click on your Wireless icon in your menu bar, then select "Create Network":
    • Network Name: Whatever you want
    • Channel: 1

Connect to your Ad-Hoc network from your iPhone

  1. Settings > Wifi
  2. Choose the network you just created
  3. Click "Join Anyway"
  4. You may want to forget any other wifi networks in-range so your phone doesn't try to connect to them instead, since this network has no internet access.

Connect to your server through vSSH on your iPhone

  1. Open vSSH and tap the "+" icon in the upper left-hand corner of the "Connections" tab, then select "Connection" from the popup. Use the following settings:
    • Name: Tether
    • Protocol: SSH
    • Connection
    • Host: The IP address of your server
    • Port: 22
    • Username: root
    • Password: the password you set up earlier
    • Autoconnect: Enabled (optional)
    • No shell: Disabled
    • Screen Size: ignore
    • Port Forwarding:
    • Click "Add Port Forwarding"
      • Type: Dynamic
      • Host: 127.0.0.1
      • Port: 8080
      • Accept All Connections: Enabled
    • Leave everything else as default.
  2. Tap on your new connection profile to connect to your server. You should soon see a connection message with the Linux version, license information, and a shell prompt like "$". At this point all you need to do in vSSH is leave the app open and your phone unlocked.

Connect your Macbook to your iPhone through the vSSH proxy

  1. Make sure you have Proxifier installed.
  2. Visit this Github repo and clone it, or download it as a zip and unzip it somewhere.
  3. Open Terminal.app. You can do this through Spotlight by searching for Terminal.
  4. Drag and drop the file called tethery.sh onto the Terminal window. Press enter.
  5. Proxifier should open. If you're using the trial, click "Continue Evaluation". Give everything a moment to settle in...
  6. Your computer should now be tethered to your iPhone. You may need to restart any web browsers or applications to get them to use the proxy.
Hopefully this is helpful to someone.
Credits:
submitted by davros_ to iphone [link] [comments]

[Guide] How to tether your Macbook to your iOS Device for free, no jailbreak required!

Preface

I have an unlimited everything data plan with Sprint, but they charge an extra $20 to $50 per month for 2gb and 6gb of personal hotspot (tethering) data, respectively.
When I had a jailbroken 6 Plus, I used to use MyWi to tether my phone to my Macbook. After upgrading to the iPhone 7 Plus, I sorely missed having this ability.
I did some research today and after numerous failed attempts, I came across a relatively simple way to tether without the need to sideload any IPAs.
This guide will focus on Mac but it should be possible on Windows/Linux as well.
At first glance it looks like a lot of steps, but I have tried to elaborate on everything so that even a non-technical person should be able to follow along.
If you have a decent amount of technical knowledge, you should be able to set everything up in under 20 minutes and after that enabling tethering only takes about 30 seconds or less each time.
My other post on /iphone got downvoted to oblivion for some reason, hopefully this community is more receptive?

What you'll need:

How it works

This method takes advantage of a feature of the vSSH iOS app called port forwarding, which enables us to set up a SOCKS proxy between the iPhone and a remote Linux server. Then, we can use a proxy client on the Mac to connect to the proxy on the iPhone. Here's a crude MS-Paint diagram: http://i.imgur.com/Bt6BiqO.png

Set up DigitalOcean

If you have your own server or already know how to set one up, you can skip this section.
Follow this guide to set up your DigitalOcean Virtual Private Server (VPS) with the following settings:
When you get to the step in the guide titled "Log In To Your Droplet", take note of the IP address as you will need this later. Also, for the new root password choose something secure and memorable, or generate it with a password manager. If you choose a weak password, automated bots will potentially brute force it and use your droplet to mine Bitcoin or set up phishing sites.

Start an Ad-Hoc network on your Laptop

  1. Click on your Wireless icon in your menu bar, then select "Create Network":
    • Network Name: Whatever you want
    • Channel: 1

Connect to your Ad-Hoc network from your iPhone

  1. Settings > Wifi
  2. Choose the network you just created
  3. Click "Join Anyway"
  4. You may want to forget any other wifi networks in-range so your phone doesn't try to connect to them instead, since this network has no internet access.

Connect to your server through vSSH on your iPhone

  1. Open vSSH and tap the "+" icon in the upper left-hand corner of the "Connections" tab, then select "Connection" from the popup. Use the following settings:
    • Name: Tether
    • Protocol: SSH
    • Connection
    • Host: The IP address of your server
    • Port: 22
    • Username: root
    • Password: the password you set up earlier
    • Autoconnect: Enabled (optional)
    • No shell: Disabled
    • Screen Size: ignore
    • Port Forwarding:
    • Click "Add Port Forwarding"
      • Type: Dynamic
      • Host: 127.0.0.1
      • Port: 8080
      • Accept All Connections: Enabled
    • Leave everything else as default.
  2. Tap on your new connection profile to connect to your server. You should soon see a connection message with the Linux version, license information, and a shell prompt like "$". At this point all you need to do in vSSH is leave the app open and your phone unlocked.

Connect your Macbook to your iPhone through the vSSH proxy

  1. Make sure you have Proxifier installed.
  2. Visit this Github repo and clone it, or download it as a zip and unzip it somewhere.
  3. Open Terminal.app. You can do this through Spotlight by searching for Terminal.
  4. Drag and drop the file called tethery.sh onto the Terminal window. Press enter.
  5. Proxifier should open. If you're using the trial, click "Continue Evaluation". Give everything a moment to settle in...
  6. Your computer should now be tethered to your iPhone. You may need to restart any web browsers or applications to get them to use the proxy.
Hopefully this is helpful to someone.
Credits:
submitted by davros_ to ios [link] [comments]

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