New answers tagged networking
What you're asking for is the ability to hide the SSID. Depending upon your phone and service provider, you may have an option to configure "Hide my device" for the hot spot. My Samsung (with Android 4.4.2) has that option and it appears to work. However, there seems to be plenty of other phone/provider combinations that don't appear to provide this ...
"droid nas" do it. it use mdns and samba at same time.
According to GSMArena, this phone doesn't support USB-OTG. That would explain why none of the other devices you've tried worked. In that case, there's nothing you can do to make USG-OTG work, and you can't use a USB ethernet adapter.
I bought the Apple USB to Ethernet dongle and it works. It has model number: A1277 Please note that you need and USB OTG cable to use it.
you need to get Ethernet Adapter for your smart phone. once you connect Ethernet Adapter you could connect wired internet in your phone.
What I ended up doing was starting another ssh server in the android environment using another port, from which I then can stop and start the adb daemon. Not nice, but it gets the job done.
When I needed to change my DNS the solution was always SETDNS. It's light, fast and user-friendly. Be aware that if your phone isn't rooted SetDNS will only modify WiFi' DNS settings... P.S.: if my answer helped you could you accept it? :)
Top 50 recent answers are included