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How to Use ReverseTethering to Share Your PC's Internet Connection with Your Android Device

How to Use ReverseTethering to Share Your PC's Internet Connection with Your Android Device

If you want to access the internet on your Android device without using Wi-Fi or mobile data, you can use a tool called ReverseTethering. ReverseTethering is a Windows program that allows you to share your PC's internet connection with your Android device via a USB cable. This can be useful if you have a limited data plan, a slow Wi-Fi connection, or no Wi-Fi access at all.

In this article, we will show you how to use ReverseTethering, which is the latest version of the tool as of April 2023. You will need a Windows PC, an Android device with root access, and a USB cable to follow this guide.



Step 1: Download and Extract ReverseTethering

The first step is to download the reverse tethering tools from this link[^1^]. The file size is 3.34 MB and it contains AndroidTool.exe (the Windows program), ADB (the Android Debug Bridge), and ReverseTethering.apk (the Android app).

Once you have downloaded the file, extract it to a folder on your computer. You can use any zip extractor program, such as WinRAR or 7-Zip.

Step 2: Enable USB Debugging on Your Android Device

The next step is to enable USB debugging on your Android device. This is a setting that allows your device to communicate with your PC via ADB.

To enable USB debugging, go to Settings > About phone and tap on Build number seven times. This will unlock the Developer options menu. Go back to Settings > Developer options and enable USB debugging.

Now, connect your Android device to your PC via a USB cable. You may see a pop-up message on your device asking you to allow USB debugging. Tap on OK.

Step 3: Install and Run ReverseTethering.apk on Your Android Device

The third step is to install and run the ReverseTethering app on your Android device. This app will allow you to enable reverse tethering and manage the connection settings.

To install the app, go to the folder where you extracted ReverseTethering on your PC and double-click on AndroidTool.exe. This will launch the Windows program that will automatically detect your device and install the app.

Once the app is installed, you will see a message saying "ReverseTethering.apk installed successfully". You can close the Windows program and go to your device.

On your device, open the app drawer and launch the ReverseTethering app. You will see a screen with two buttons: Start and Stop. Tap on Start to enable reverse tethering.

Step 4: Enjoy Your PC's Internet Connection on Your Android Device

The final step is to enjoy your PC's internet connection on your Android device. You will see a notification on your device saying "Reverse Tethering enabled". You can also check the connection status and speed in the app.

You can now use any app or browser on your device that requires internet access. The internet traffic will be routed through your PC via the USB cable.

To disable reverse tethering, simply tap on Stop in the app or disconnect the USB cable. You can also uninstall the app if you don't need it anymore.


In this article, we showed you how to use ReverseTethering to share your PC's internet connection with your Android device via a USB cable. This is a handy tool for situations where you don't have Wi-Fi or mobile data access on your device.

We hope you found this guide helpful and easy to follow. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below. 0efd9a6b88


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