If you've had a hankering for on-the-go hotspot action but aren't quite ready to jailbreak your iPhone in order to rock the exception MyWi wireless hotspot App, Clearwire's iSpot is a very viable option. For those unfamiliar with the device, the iSpot is a pocket-sized cellular device that allows you to hook up to four eight devices to it in order to enjoy some 4G WiMax goodness for the low cost of $25 per month.
Where's the catch? The iSpot was designed to only work with Apple-branded gear like the MacBook iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
A bunch of intrepid iSpot users have come up with a relatively pain-free method for hacking the device to deliver 4G wireless to any piece of gear you please. The hack is enabled by loading a custom unlocked user profile onto the iSpot which can currently be found here.
It goes without saying that such behavior will no doubt void your warranty with Clearwire, but if hacking the device scratches your connectivity itch, who are we to judge?
Editor's Note: Article has been updated with correct information. Thanks to schmitt for the heads up.