The recent Ice Cream Sandwich update to the HTC Sensation seems to have brought in a lot of improvements and features to it but it has also killed the ability to use the phone as a WiFi Hotspot by using Internet tethering options. We had covered a article yesterday on this here wherein the update stops the users from using hotspot option but with the above mentioned app it can again be made available.
FoxFi is a small yet useful application that is available in the Android Play Store here and it can help you to use your cellular data / internet plan as a WiFi Hotspot utility. The best part of using this application is it does not require any rooting access or a special internet tethering plan from your carrier. Access Point is infrastructure mode with WPA2 security making it one of the secure options as well.
By getting the app and installing it, a very simple set of options open up as soon as the app is launched. Once you are set with choosing your WiFi Hotspot name and Encryption type, choose your password and you’re set to go. You can connect to the smartphone from any WiFi enabled devices like laptops or gaming consoles.
This is the best option for ICS enabled HTC Sensation users right now and the app can be downloaded from here .