I spent about an hour digging around to see how to do this, but no joy, so now asking here.
I would love to tether/hotspot two phones to one computer to increase my 3g/4g wireless bandwidth. Windows 7 actually automatically load balances two Internet connections, and the Samsung Galaxy phones running Android tether via USB and connect via wireless flawlessly.
However, it seems that T-mobile has intentionally borked this, as when I try and use both phones (tethered, wireless, and tether/wireless), one phone stops transmitting data.
This is pretty infuriating, as we were sold the package saying it would be sufficiently fast enough to watch streaming video (at least on low resolution). It clearly isn't, but I think with two phones it would be.
So, does anybody know a workaround to fool the phones into thinking they are attached to two separate computers? I was thinking some sort of MAC spoof might work (couldn't think of how else they might know they were tethered to the same computer).
Hoping someone has already BTDT, if not, I'm willing to be the test monkey for this.
Hanzo The Razor