We mostly don’t find internet connectivity out-station not even Wi-Fi. For such problems tethering is the best solution that allows you to share mobile phone’s cellular data connection with other devices but you need an extra connection for this. Its costly, so better share your broadband connection.
XDA Developers developed a software to share the broadband connection of your PC to your mobile phone. Its in beta version yet,: however, it allows you to browse the Internet on your mobile phone.
- A rooted Android phone and with a Windows PC
- Desktop or laptop computer with running Windows
- A working broadband connection
- Installed Android Software Development Kit on the desktop or laptop
- Start by downloading reverse tethering tools. You can download it from here. The downloaded zip file contains AndroidTool.exe including 1. Android USB Tunnel tool for your Windows machine 2. ADB 3. Beta Android USB Tunnel tool for your Android phone.
- Now extract zip file to any folder in your computer.
- Now enable USB debugging on your phone. You can enable as Settings => Applications => Development => USB Debugging.
- Open the folder containing extracted zip files and run AndroidTool.exe.
- Now connect your phone to your computer.
- Click the Refresh Devices button in Android USB Tunnel window.
- A list of detected devices will be displayed. Now select any Domain Name Server (DNS).
- Now install the app on your phone. To do so, click the Show Android Interface button.
- The Superuser app will ask for allowing “USB Tunnel”. Select allow. (If the process crashes after receiving Superuser rights, restart the procedure and close Android USB Tunnel Windows application).
- Now select Connect button at Android USB Tunnel window on your computer.
- Again if the Superuser app asks for allowing “USB Tunnel”. Select allow.