Originally Posted by SeaKing
I don't think you can download stuff except Amazon stuff, and movies don't work, so I don't know what is being downloaded that would cause a problem unless they are just testing it for bragging rights. "Look what I did."
With a little "http proxy" hacking you can download anything including torrents and streaming movies. You can make anything look like a normal web page if you wrap the packets in HTTP headers. But just because something is technically possible does not make it a wise thing to do, which would put free 3G in jeopardy for everybody. If we were to provide tools or details, a "tragedy of the commons
" would surely follow.