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How to set up reverse tethering over USB?

How do I connect and have internet access from my Samsung G II through my office PC network via USB?

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The PDAnet app has always worked for me in getting internet over USB. The only difference between the free and paid versions is that paid supports https.

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I believe PDAnet is for tethering and @Yazid is asking for reverse tethering. –  Sumit Nathany Dec 14 '11 at 6:27
    
Mmm, quite possibly. The grammar is bad enough that it's hard to tell... –  Logos Dec 14 '11 at 14:02
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Even I had tried but didn't work for me. However, you can try this:
http://www.linuxreaders.com/2011/03/09/android-access-internet-from-computer-via-usb/

Another option is to set up your laptop as a wifi hotspot. This might help-
http://keithmac.com/?p=125

I have set up the same way at home without a wifi router. I have a wireless adapter on my desktop and set up an adhoc network and I can access my internet connection on my phone. But there's a catch. It might not work without rooting your phone.

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