The Wifi Tethering or Red Anchor is a native option in Android since version 2.2 (Froyo). For desconozcáis it serves to make our mobile and access point to connect to the internet through it. Well, even days, in many end option is disabled. Let’s see how to retrieve it.Hotspot
As we know, the operators in general do not like much that users connect to the internet using the phone as an access point. Basically that we could hire flat-rate data and use it in our PC. Therefore, in certain phones disable the Wifi Tethering option or network anchors found in Settings -> Wireless. Until now, there were several options to enable tethering if we were root, but today Chainfire has released an application that solves this problem for all.
The application itself is called Hotspot Control, and allows us to enable or disable Network anchor at any terminal, whether or not root. As discussed Chainfire in his Google+ post, the purpose of this application does not is bypass restrictions have since telephone companies, your goal is just to enable the button. The use of later and it depends on each one.
Application in Google Play
The Free Android
Phoneia.com (April 28, 2013). Remove restrictions Wifi Tethering on any device without being root. Recovered from https://phoneia.com/en/remove-restrictions-wifi-tethering-on-any-device-without-being-root/