If you’re still using one of the old Windows Mobile device, you can turn your Windows Mobile phone into a Wi-Fi router, giving any Wi-Fi device access to your cellphone plan’s data network using WMWifiRouter software. So, you don’t need to rely on Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) any more. Since Windows Mobile and it’s Marketplace are closed, the full version of the WMWifi Router is available for free with license code. Check the list of all compatible devices
- Simply install WMWifiRouter on your Windows Mobile phone, following below links :
Note: these are TRIAL installers, you still need to unlock them (see below)
ActiveSync installer, to install from your desktop computer
Download WMWifiRouter.exe (English only)
Download WMWifiRouter.exe (All languages)
To unlock, use this license code: EDFZM-HTXKJ-TJTRH-ZTRCB
- Run the application, and it automatically sets up an ad-hoc Wi-Fi network called WMWifiRouter. Then from any of your other wireless devices, i.e. laptop you can connect to the Internet.
WMWifiRouter instantly turns your Windows Mobile phone into a wireless Internet hotspot. Now you can use your laptop and any other device with wifi to get online and surf, email, instant message, and anything else you normally use the internet for. To use WMWifiRouter you need the following on your mobile device: Windows Mobile 5 AKU 3.3 or newer or Windows Mobile 6; both a wifi and a cellular data connection; an installed and working version of Internet Sharing; 15 MB of free device memory; additional requirements may apply; some providers remove Internet Sharing from their branded devices.