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Isabell Wernick

Nov 28, 2023, 6:55:14 AM11/28/23
How to Use Android Reverse Tethering 3.3 Zip to Share Your PC's Internet Connection with Your Phone
Android reverse tethering is a technique that allows you to share your PC's internet connection with your Android phone or tablet via a USB cable. This can be useful if you have a limited data plan, a slow or unreliable Wi-Fi connection, or if you want to access some network resources that are only available on your PC.

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One of the tools that you can use for android reverse tethering is Android Reverse Tethering 3.3 Zip, which is a small utility for Windows that enables this feature with a few clicks. Here's how to use it:

Download Android Reverse Tethering 3.3 Zip from here and extract it to a folder on your PC.
Enable USB debugging on your Android device. To do this, go to Settings > About phone > Tap on Build number seven times > Go back to Settings > Developer options > Enable USB debugging.
Connect your Android device to your PC via a USB cable and allow access from your PC when prompted.
Run AndroidTool.exe from the extracted folder and select your device from the list.
Select "Connect" and wait for the connection to be established.
You should see a message saying "Connected! You can now use your PC's internet connection on your device." You can also check the status of the connection on the tool's interface.

To disconnect, simply select "Disconnect" on the tool or unplug your USB cable. You can also customize some settings on the tool, such as DNS servers, proxy settings, and firewall rules.

Note that android reverse tethering may not work with some apps or services that require a Wi-Fi connection, such as Chromecast or Wi-Fi Direct. Also, some carriers or devices may block this feature for security or policy reasons. You can check the compatibility of your device and carrier on this page.
Benefits of Android Reverse Tethering
Android reverse tethering can offer some benefits for users who want to access the internet on their devices without using their mobile data or Wi-Fi. Here are some of the advantages of using this technique:

Save money: If you have a limited data plan or pay per usage, you can save money by using your PC's internet connection instead of your mobile data. This can also help you avoid roaming charges when traveling abroad.
Improve speed and reliability: If you have a fast and stable internet connection on your PC, you can enjoy better speed and reliability on your Android device than using a slow or unreliable Wi-Fi network. This can improve your browsing, streaming, gaming, and downloading experience.
Access network resources: If you want to access some network resources that are only available on your PC, such as shared files, printers, or servers, you can do so by using android reverse tethering. This can be useful for work or personal purposes.

However, android reverse tethering also has some limitations and drawbacks that you should be aware of before using it:

Compatibility issues: Some Android devices or carriers may not support android reverse tethering or may block it for security or policy reasons. Some apps or services may also require a Wi-Fi connection and may not work with android reverse tethering, such as Chromecast or Wi-Fi Direct.
Additional hardware or software: Depending on your PC and Android device, you may need to purchase an additional USB-to-Wi-Fi adapter or install some software to enable android reverse tethering. You also need a USB cable and a terminal emulator app on your Android device.
Battery drain: Using android reverse tethering may consume more battery power on your Android device than using Wi-Fi or mobile data. You may need to keep your device plugged in or use a power bank to avoid running out of juice.

Therefore, android reverse tethering is not a perfect solution for every situation, but it can be a handy option for some users who want to share their PC's internet connection with their Android device via a USB cable.

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