Thursday, May 26, 2016

How to share your Android net connection with your PC

On the road and need to jump onto your laptop with no free public WiFi in sight? Maybe your Internet connection at home is down? Whatever the rson, if you’ve got an Android smartphone with an active mobile data connection, either 3G or 4G, you can share it with your PC through the tether fture. This will allow you to use your smartphone network connection to connect to the Internet on your computer.
This connection can be done via a few ways: your device can act as a wireless hotspot, the signal can be transmitted via Bluetooth, or you can provide the connection by plugging in your smartphone via USB cable. The method we are highlighting works for any Android device running Android 2.2 or higher. If you’re unfortunately running Android 2.1 or lower, you can use an app such asPDANetorsy Tetherto do the same things.Always remember: this comes at a cost. If you’ve got a limited data plan, you may find that you’ll t up your monthly allotment much faster when tethered to a PC. If you’ve got an unlimited plan, go crazy
Go toSettings > Wireless & Network > More > Tethering & Portable Hotspots

** Tick the Portable Wi-Fi hotspot option and then click Setup Wi-Fi hotspot. You’ve also got the option for a Bluetooth and USB tethering options if you want to enable them instd. We’ll concentrate on the Wi-Fi option.
** This will enable to edit the network name you want displayed and choose a . Once done, click Save.* Once done, you’ve got a hotspot being broadcast! Go to your PC and you should find it in your list of wireless networks. Related Articles ::Find a a Hidden Wireless Networks How to see who's stling your WiFi and how to block them on Android-

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