Hello everyone, I've started up another year of school and I've been falling a bit behind on my Music Mondays posts. -Alex Massaad

Like many other developers I have been running iOS 5 for the better part of their beta program. This has allowed me the chance to preview and test out some of Apple's next generation software, as long as I didn't tell anybody about it.

Now iOS is out of beta and yesterday was made available to all users for free and I can report on this revolutionary update.

I spent about 6 hours updating (apparently I had an unresolved network config error, not a problem on Apple's end) but now that I've got their official release I have a problem: My WIFI Hotspot is no longer available!

At first I thought it had been moved around but I realized it wasn't anywhere to be found. Eventually I discovered this simple solution which was the following:

  1. Launch the Settings app.
  2. Tap the General tab.
  3. Scroll all the way down and tap Reset Network Settings.
  4. Restart iPhone
  5. Launch the Settings app.
  6. Tap General.
  7. Tap Network.
  8. Scroll down and the Personal Hotspot should show up, and will now be activated on the main Settings app tab