Koush’s Tether Allows Android-To-Desktop Internet Tethering Without Root

The developer of the famous ClockworkMod custom recovery for Android and DeskSMS, Koush, is back with yet another handy tool. This time, the renowned developer has begun work on a USB tethering app for Android called Tether that lets you browse the web on your computer using your mobile data plan. The app is currently in alpha, and works on rooted as well as non-rooted devices. What's even better is that, unlike other similar tethering apps, Tether has the capability of bypassing any detections or blockages by your mobile carrier. The mechanism involves a desktop client, the mobile app itself, and of course, a USB cable that connects the Android device to the the computer. Read More

USB Tethering: Use HTC Windows Phone 7 As A Mobile Hotspot [Homebrew]

Android, being an open source platform, enjoys a lot of privileges over Windows Phone 7 and even iOS. Not the least important of such superiorities is the (wireless) internet tethering support in Android which allows you to turn your device into a mobile hotspot. As of now, WP7 does not allow this. Even with Mango, the metro OS isn’t getting this feature. But what Microsoft denies its users, the hackers provide in a heartbeat. There have been ways to enable USB tethering for WP7, as discussed here and here. But some of those methods were too device-specific, while some were buggy at best. However, for all the unlocked HTC users out there, there’s now a safe and working solution to get USB tethering support for their phones. The best thing about this app is that it does not involve too many overly complicated configuration steps, and anyone can use it to share their mobile internet with a computer. Read More

Get USB Tethering On Samsung Windows Phone 7 Devices

Although WiFi hotspots are increasing exponentially over populated areas with the deployment of wireless broadband, there is hardly any area that does not have some form of internet coverage. However if you’re in an area with no coverage and own a Samsung Windows Phone 7 device, you can now share your device’s 3G connection and share it to your laptop or PC via a USB interface. Read on for a step by step tutorial that guides you all through the process. Read More

Get USB Tethering On Dell Venue Pro

You have two gadgets, one in each hand, one of them has 3G on it, and the other one has no internet access. Chances are you’ll be needing the internet access on the device that does not have it. If you’re in a similar situation and the 3G enabled device is a Dell Venue Pro, you’ve come to the right place. Below you will find a step by step procedure to ‘tether’ or share your Dell Venue’s high speed internet connectivity via a USB interface. Read More

Get USB Tethering on HTC HD7

If you’re an HTC HD7 owner and want to utilize your phone’s 3G connection to get internet access on your laptop or PC, the below mentioned stepwise procedure would enable you to share the connection with your PC connected via USB. Read More