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If you're using a PC with Wi-Fi, you don't need the mobile to create a hotspot: How to Turn Your Windows PC Into a Wi-Fi Hotspot You should also be able to use this method if you're getting the Internet connection on your PC through a mobile device via USB. Hope this helps!
Some PCs may not recognize the Galaxy devices; if by PC you mean Windows, you can install the USB drivers by installing Samsung Kies. One possibility is to try different USB ports, but since you have tried other PCs this seems less likely. If the drivers are installed, the cable is the next likely culprit. Some cables are only for charging. You could ...
Connect your Nexus 7 to Mac via USB cable. Now go to Settings -> Developer options and turn On the USB debugging. If you don't see Developer Options under Settings then, go to Settings -> About Tablet and tap on the Build Number multiple times (7 times) to enable the Developer Options.
Sounds like you have an OTG cable, but you also need to download and install an OTG driver. I think I found mine on the Samsung website, in the phone download section.
Not possible as for an unrooted device. I had to open the phone to identify the port.
Preferably without turning on the debug mode? Sorry! I don't have a solution that doesn't require USB debugging as of now. A workaround is to use a rooted device and run ssh server on Wi-Fi. Anyhow, if the device has been connected to PC using USB, then it must have drawn some power, miniscule and momentarily it may be. Setup adb in PC, turn on USB ...
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