1. How to Use USB Tethering to Connect a Mobile Internet Connection to a Computer
- Go to Settings > Network & internet > Hotspot & tethering and choose the option. To enable USB tethering, slide the slider to the right. After that, the Hotspot & Tethering warning will show, notifying you that continuing will cause any existing data transfers between your phone and PC to be interrupted.
What is the best way to connect a PC to a wireless internet connection?
- Click on “Start,” then select “Connect To” and “Wireless Network Connection” from the drop-down menu. Your PC should be able to connect to the WiFi network at this point. The WiFi network should be capable of connecting to the Internet if the Internet is accessible through that network.
How can I connect my mobile with PC for internet?
Create a mobile hotspot with your Windows PC.
- Select the Start button, then Settings > Network & internet > Mobile hotspot from the menu bar. Choose the internet connection you wish to share from the drop-down menu under Share my Internet connection from. Choose whether you want to share your connection through Wi-Fi or Bluetooth for the Share over option.
Connect the USB cable that came with your phone to your computer, and then plug it into the USB port on your phone to complete the process. Following that, you must configure your Android smartphone in order to share mobile internet: Go to Settings > Network & internet > Hotspot & tethering and turn on the feature. To enable USB tethering, slide the slider to the right.
How can I connect my mobile Internet to PC without using data cable?
To configure Wi-Fi tethering, follow these steps:
- Go to Settings > Network & internet > Hotspot & tethering and choose the option. Select Portable hotspot (also referred to as Wi-Fi hotspot on some phones). On the next screen, toggle the slider to the On position. On this page, you may make changes to the network configuration choices.
Why my phone is not connecting to PC through USB?
Another reason why the Android phone does not appear on the PC is because the driver has been corrupted. As a result, you may need to reinstall or update the driver for your phone first. Connect your phone to your computer using a USB cord that is compatible with your phone. Press the Windows key + X on your keyboard, and then pick Device Manager from the drop-down menu.