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Yeah, its simple. Create a gmail account and use google cloud drive. Put all files that you need there , open your laptop go to your gmail account and download your files .
The best way (IMO) is to bridge the network of USB tethering(192.168.42.x) and the Wifi hotspot(192.168.43.x), but I don't have any solution to bridge them. That said, I do have a solution to transfer files between PC and Laptop within the constraints mentioned in the question (with "no internet" exclusively). The common point of interaction in our ...
It's possible if you are using Cyanogenmod even without any 3rd party software: Connect the phone to the PC and enable USB tethering. Then create a hotspot on your laptop and connect your phone to it. After that, your phone shares it's WiFi connection to your PC, so you can transfer files and use internet. If you're not a CM user then try using PdaNet+ ...
I suspect it's not possible because Android will unmount the SD card (real or emulated) when plugged in via USB. This means that no apps on the phone will be able to read or write the SD card while the phone is plugged in, including whatever WiFi tethering app you're using. If both laptop and desktop have Bluetooth, you might be able to send files through ...
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