Jul 13

For all those who have experienced the newly launched FaceTime application, there is simply no denial that the application is undoubtedly one of the best ones ever designed. However, the only drawback that one may have felt is its connection to the Wifi. Using the application could have been much simpler and effectual if the users didn’t have to stay connected with the WiFi connection while using it. Well, if you have used the system, you surely would agree to this.


However, helping you to come over this situation, you can find a list of extremely handy how-to points that you can closely follow to avoid the WiFi connection. The points will ask you to secure your plan however, following the simple $15 plan for using the FaceTime application without staying connected with your WiFi system. You need to closely follow the system so that you can make the most possible use of the new application. The method offered by DeviceKnit Blog is surely effective, and here is a small highlight of what the blog offers all the FaceTime application users.

Most primarily, Turn on Tethering in the Settings. Go to General and then onto Network. Hereby select Internet Tethering in your upgraded version of iPhone. Now connect it using the USB provided. Here you will see a new pop up, “iPhone USB” connection appearing in the Network preference pane located in the System Preferences option.
Once the above setting is achieved, follow the Sharing preference pane. Here turn on the Internet Sharing option in order to share your simple USB connection all across the WiFi or airport. With this, you can now connect to any network you have created into your iPhone and then call up the FaceTime application whenever and wherever you want. However, when there is a jailbreak for the new iPhone4, there won’t be any need for the laptop or security settings.

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