I already how to use mobile internet on another android phone through Bluetooth but what I don't know is how can I use window PC net without USB tethering but by Bluetooth tethering. Whenever I try to connect my android device to pc using Bluetooth, it shows it only as Bluetooth device but I am unable to use my pc's internet.

Note: I have read all other available replies regarding this question but of no use yet.

  • Have you checked our most frequented questions tagged bluetooth-tethering already? Some hints can e.g. be found in TCP/IP tethering over Bluetooth, also check the questions "linked" to that one. – Izzy Mar 13 '15 at 12:51
  • I read all the available questions and their responses but nothing helpful yet. – Vibhu Mar 13 '15 at 13:15
  • You should always point that out in your question, including a clear reference – or you'd get the very same suggestions you've already tried (how shall we know?) Could you please edit your post accordingly? Thanks! – Izzy Mar 13 '15 at 14:13
  • I hope it is better now. Any more suggestions are welcome. – Vibhu Mar 13 '15 at 15:00

Yes you can use windows PC net using Bluetooth tethering using following steps:

  1. You have to pair your mobile phone to PC

  2. Then go to setting, click on More there you will get Tethering & portable hotspot click on that.

  3. You will get an option BT tethering click on that.

  4. On your PC, there Appear a Bluetooth icon click on that you get Join Personal Network Area click that.

    (If BT icon is not coming then you can search using WINDOWS+S and type Device and Printers)

  5. there you will get List of All paired devices, Right click on device from which you want to tethering.

  6. Click on connect using direct connection.

    And here you are connected....

  • doesn't this describe the opposite direction (using the phone's internet from the computer), rather than what the question was about (using the computer's internet from the phone)? – Christian Fritz Dec 14 '20 at 23:43

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