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I have a galaxy s4 and a tethering data plan and I can tether via wifi (Settings| Connections tab| More Networks| Tethering and portable hotspot| Mobile hotspot). I don't see any options for bluetooth tethering. Do I need a special app for bluetooth tethering?

Before turning Mobile Hotspot on After turning Mobile Hotspot on
Before and after turning on Mobile Hotspot (click images for larger variant)

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Bluetooth tethering is a native function supported by Android. You do not need third party apps.


To tether your internet via bluetooth on your Galaxy S4:

Go to home Settings ► Connections ► More networks ► Tethering and portable hotspot ► and check Bluetooth tethering.

Bluetooth Tethering

As explained in this answer, you can tether two mobile devices easily by pairing the devices and enabling data on the first device.

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I don't see the bluetooth tethering in the menu –  Mohammad Moghimi Jul 25 '13 at 16:55
    
@MohammadMoghimi Not even after the Zuul's edit? See the screenshot. –  Sid Jul 25 '13 at 17:08
    
Nope. That page doesn't have Bluetooth tethering option. –  Mohammad Moghimi Jul 25 '13 at 18:23
    
@MohammadMoghimi can you give us a screen shot please? –  Sid Jul 26 '13 at 2:13
    
I added screenshots. –  Mohammad Moghimi Jul 26 '13 at 5:48

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