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TetherMe 2.0-9 Cracked (NEW) – How to install TetherMe 2.0-9 for iPhone 4, 3Gs, 3G for FREE (Cracked .deb) Free Tethering via BlueTooth

January 30th, 2011

TetherMe 1.1-2 Cracked .Deb file

TetherMe 2.0-9 Cracked .deb File Download and Installation Tutorial / Instructions

TetherMe 2.0-9 Dynamically enables native tethering for iOS3.X and iOS4.X+ devices. This app (TetherMe) will enable tethering on any iPhone and should work on any carrier without the need for customized bundles or preferences.

TetherMe also bypasses signature checking and allows you to edit your carrier bundle manually if you so desire. This is required to enable MMS functionality on T-Mobile. TetherMe does not enable the loading of APN configuration from .mobileconfig profiles at this time.

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Changelog: v 2.0-9

  • Updated package scripts to mitigate a rare problem that cause the device to need to be rebooted following install. The phone would say “Connect to iTunes” in this instance

Currently the most popular way to enable tethering is via MyWi app which is available in Cydia/Rock for $19.00 or $9.00 upgrade or the PDANet 4.18… Of course we have a cracked version of MyWi available along with a very detail tutorial in this article and cracked version of PDANet 4.18 along with a very detail tutorial in this article

The difference between MyWi, PDANet 4.18 and TetherMe is obviously the price; MyWi is as stated above runs at $19 bucks… ThetherMe is available in Cydia for $1.99 so there is a big difference in price.

Another big different between TethereMe, PDANet and MyWi is the way these apps make the tether connections. MyWi creates a WiFi Hot Spot to which you can connect your computer via WiFi Connection…

TetherMe creates a tether connection via BlueTooth which is more secure but if you don’t have a bluetooth on your computer you can’t connect to the internet using the TetherMe app.

Alright, I think you now should know just enough about the TetherMe app to decide whether you want to install it or not. I say go for it… You can have MyWi and TetherMe running on your iPhone so you have nothing to lose.

NOTE: You MAY need to reboot your iDevice if upon installation or removal cellular service does not return.

Remember, there is no icon for TetherMe app so don’t look for it on your Springboard

After installation or reboot, tethering will be available to turn on in SETTINGS>>>GENERAL>>>NETWORK, or you can also install the Tethering Toggle for SBSettings for a quick shortcut.

  • If you’re using PC you have to have/download WinSCP
    (If you don’t know what WinSCP is please Read This Article)
  • If you’re using Mac you have to have /download CyberDuck
    (Same as WinSCP but for Mac)
  • Make sure you have OpenSSH installed and running on your iPhone
    (If you don’t know what OpenSSH is please Read This Article)
  • You have to Download TetherMe 2.0-9.ZIP File and Save it to your Computer (NOTE: Unzip the archive, you should have 3 files there)


Go ahead and download the TetherMe 2.0-9 .ZIP File and Save it to your computer. You can download this file from HERE or at the bottom of this tutorial.

Start WinSCP and connect to iPhone. In host name field, type in the IP address of your iPhone. Make sure the port number is set to “22” by default this option is already set to 22 but in case it’s not then change it.

For user name use “root” and for password use “alpine(NOTE: This user name and password is the same for all iPhones and iTouch iPods ever made by Apple). Don’t worry about any other fields or options.

Once you have logged in to your iPhone, browse to private/var/mobile directory.


Copy/Move all three files you found / extracted from the downloaded ZIP file to your iPhone in this directory: private/var/mobile

TetherMe SSH into iPhone

Now while in the WinSCP go to Commands Menu at the top and then select “Open Terminal” or just press “Control + T” on your keyboard to open the Terminal window.

Once the Terminal Window opens up, you will need to type in this command into the “Enter Command” field… Type in dpkg -i tetherme.preferences_2.0-1.deb and then press the Execute button. Then do the same thing for two other files: tetherme.apnedit_2.0-1.deb and net.tetherme.tetherme_2.0-9_iphoneos-arm.deb

TetherMe Terminal Command

DOWNLOAD TetherMe 2.0-9:

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DOWNLOAD – TetherMe 2.0-9. ZIP (Cracked) NOTE: You will be installing (3) FILES

DOWNLOAD – WinSCP for Windows

DOWNLOAD – CyberDuck for Mac

NOTE: We cover the OpenSSH and WinSCP for Windows in This Article… These tutorials will get you started on OpenSSH and WinSCP so you can have a better understanding of exactly what it is and how to use these tools.

Enjoy your iPhone with BlueTooth Tethering after you install and enable the TetherMe 2.0-9, Let me know how TetherMe is working out for you and if you like it more than MyWi or the PDANet 4.18

  1. mayak
    January 31st, 2011 at 18:14 | #1

    anyone having issues installing the net.tetherme.tetherme_2.0-9? im getting errors encountered and “finished with result code: 256″. any help would be great. thanks in advance.

  2. Yuoir
    February 3rd, 2011 at 00:33 | #2

    I’m also getting the same error…..

  3. daniele
    February 6th, 2011 at 04:11 | #3

    same problem for me.
    installation was successfull only for Tetherme_apnedit2.01 deb file, and i’m getting “256” errors with the other files.
    additionally, after the apenedit2.01 deb file, i can’t browse on cydia.
    browisng packages at “T” (i can’t view any T packages), and search for upgrade cause cydia crash.

    anyone having the same problem? how can i uninstall Tetherme_apnedit2.01?


  4. Maestro N.
    February 8th, 2011 at 17:27 | #4

    I was having trouble, but I figured out a few things. I have a mac, and with the tutorial being for Windows, I had to figure out my own method of getting this. I was having issues with Cyberduck and got on in a SFTP connection which was not apparent at first. I then had issues with the command prompt, which is reached by ‘Go -> Open in Terminal.app’ in the menu. The instructions say to use the command “dpkg -i tetherme.preferences_2.0-1.deb”. What is not in those instructions is that to un-package the next two commands, you have to begin those commands also with “dpkg -i “. So write that part first (don’t forget the space after the i), and then add the next portion as listed above “tetherme.apnedit_2.0-1.deb”. That should fix it, if you’re having issues like I was. Cheers.

  5. tkdub
    February 16th, 2011 at 07:20 | #5

    I wish there were mac pictures on here. i cant seem to get the terminal to work as you specify. theres no execute or nothing

  6. tkdub
    February 16th, 2011 at 07:28 | #6

    ok, i got to the point where im dpkg the 3 files but the last one says this:

    sh-4.0# dpkg -i net.tetherme.tetherme_2.0-9_iphoneos-arm.deb
    (Reading database … 2511 files and directories currently installed.)
    Preparing to replace net.tetherme.tetherme 2.0-9 (using net.tetherme.tetherme_2.0-9_iphoneos-arm.deb) …
    Unpacking replacement net.tetherme.tetherme …
    dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of net.tetherme.tetherme:
    net.tetherme.tetherme depends on net.tetherme.apnedit (>= 1.9); however:
    Package net.tetherme.apnedit is not installed.
    net.tetherme.tetherme depends on net.tetherme.preferences (>= 1.9); however:
    Package net.tetherme.preferences is not installed.
    dpkg: error processing net.tetherme.tetherme (–install):
    dependency problems – leaving unconfigured
    Errors were encountered while processing:

    has anyone else seen this?

  7. Fra
    March 14th, 2011 at 17:38 | #7

    works on iPhone 4.3 tethered hack via Sn0wbreeze. It may give you a bunch of errors but check your settings and hotspot and bam it should be there if you followed all steps correctly!

  8. eric
    March 16th, 2011 at 13:37 | #8

    @tkdub I had the same error, but the tethering works anyway..

  9. Quizz
    March 24th, 2011 at 17:36 | #9

    Exactly what I get… :(

  10. m3appy
    April 5th, 2011 at 05:53 | #10

    TetherMe mmay have already been installed.

    You have to install the dependencies, but somehow they are installed with other names, and therefore the main package is complaining that these dependencies are not installed (you get that error message)

    Here’s what I did, do this in sequence.

    1. dpkg -i tetherme.apnedit_2.0-1.deb
    2. dpkg -i tetherme.preferences_2.0-1.deb
    3. dpkg -i –ignore-depends=net.tetherme.apnedit,net.tetherme.preferences net.tetherme.tetherme_2.0-9_iphoneos-arm.deb

    And to check if TetherMe is installed


    # dpkg –list | grep -i tetherme

    You should see this,

    ii boerse.apnedit 2.0-1 APN editing in Settings. For TetherMe
    ii boerse.preferences 2.0-1 Settings/support package for TetherMe.
    ii net.tetherme.tetherme 2.0-9 Dynamically enables native tethering.

    Now go to your iPhone 4.

    Settings -> General -> Network

    And you should see your Personal Hotspot available as an option.

    Hope this helps

  11. Nate Davis
    April 8th, 2011 at 09:48 | #11

    This version of TetherMe totally works. I run iOS 4.1 jailbroken. Works like a champ.

    My issue is that I can’t update any other cydia apps anymore, and when I try to upgrade any app I have from Cydia, under modifications it says “Install TetherMe APN Editing and TetherMe Preferences” The Upgrade is listed right, but why does every upgrade try to install TetherMe APN Editing? I have not upgraded a single thing on my phone in Cydia for months because this error continues to occur. I’ve scoured the web, but there is nothing referring to this out there. The crack worked, but now it’s something I need to alter in SSH probably, though I am not sure what it is.

    When I confirm to upgrade, a screen shows up where normally it should be downloading the packages, and cydia usually stalls here with a huge error message and then I respring with no new upgrades in place. My respring is usually done by leaving cydia and returning to hit the bar at the bottom of my iphone screen which isn’t labeled.

    Anyone else have this problem?

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