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Actually, Method 1 is quite easy to do. As implied by this answer, you need more that one network connection for the sharing tab to appear. Short Answer: First, ignore the instruction of your android device and try to connect to the USB-Internet anyway. This will create a new Network connection and allow the sharing-tab to appear on your PC Network ...


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ReverseTethering does not require root. If your device runs ICS or newer. A few months ago, I was wondering the very same thing and started to investigate. Eventually, I started to develop my own solution. The result is an app that works on devices running Android 4.0 or higher on client side, and all major desktop OSs on the host side. The app is ...


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There's a slight syntax error in your statement: the first non-option parameter to su (which stands for "Switch User") is the user to switch to (if omitted, root is assumed). So your su netcfg usb0 dhcp basically advises su to "switch to the user netcfg – but there is no such user. To fix it up, just use su -c "netcfg usb0 dhcp" – which would, due to the ...


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There is a solution for unrooted devices I know this is a late answer, but as all existing answers suggest that USB reverse tethering is only possible if either your device is rooted or has system support for reverse tethering, I though it'd be worth pointing out there's one more option: A few months ago, I was looking for a solution that would allow me to ...


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Android reverse tethering steps: Note: Works only in a rooted Android phone. Connect Android device via USB. Enable USB tethering. To do so, go to Settings → More... → Tethering & mobile hotspot → Usb tethering. At host machine, the usb tethering connection may be detected by the network manager. Its name will be something like "Wired ...



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