Waiting for Google Play to work with this. Keep up the good work. Guest Quick Reply no urls or BBcode. I know, this is not USB — but for completeness and giving alternatives I thought I might add these as well:. Thank you for any advice you can offer. Ok, it appears I have figured it out.
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networking – How to set up reverse tethering over USB? – Android Enthusiasts Stack Exchange
First, there’s an App named Reverse Tether available for free on the Play Store it’s a limited trial, which restricts the time you can be connected — but at least you can test this way whether your device is fully supported; aneroid full version usbney about USD 5.
Can anyone guide me through the process of activating the necessary drivers to make this work? Currently, I only know Opera Mobile browser works in such environment, there’re proxy configurations in opera: Seems You can’t do it now: Usbbet enough, ifup usb0 still tells me that this interface is unknown, and: Andrii Omelchenko 7, 6 23 I’m sorry but I just bought my phone and I don’t know much about it I tried to copy-paste it in my SD Memory but it didn’t work and by the way I didn’t download it from Market because GPRS is so damn expensive in hereinstead I downloaded it from developer’s website jackpal.
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I know, this is not USB — but for completeness and giving alternatives I thought I might add these as well:. To check, at adb shell or android terminal, try the command ping www.
If it doesn’t get the IP address, or if you are using some application that a static IP address is desirable like “Webkey for Android” App, then assign it manually:. Ebrahim Byagowi 5.
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Thank you for any advice you can offer. So it appears that usb0 does exist after all. I was looking for a reverse tethering solution that would work on my unrooted devices and with a MacBook, but I just could not find anything. Eventually, I started to develop my own solution. One of the things I hated about Windows Mobile was its reliance on that crappy software and I don’t want it on my new PC.
This apparently requires a proxy other than the computer itself, and only supports web browsing? An easier way already exists: My kernel is 3. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?
If none works try to see list with ifconfig -a grep Link and and then try to mount the relevant one up or do the steps above an then mount that up. You can also use Windows to create a WiFi network using Connectify and connect your device to that: Is there a way for the phone to access the Internet through the USB connection to the computer?
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As far as I can tell, all the relevant kernel modules are loaded: Ok, it appears I have figured it out.