- Android Tethering
How to Tether Any Smartphone to Linux for Mobile Internet?
Tethering means establishing a connection between your smartphone and your computer. You have to use a suitable USB cable for tethering. Follow quick steps how to tether any smartphone to Linux for mobile internet are provided below.
Android mobile phone:
- Establish a connection between your Android mobile phone and your Linux computer using a USB cable.
- The Android mobile phone will detect the USB connection automatically.
- Select the Allow option.
- On your phone, go to the Notifications bar, search for the USB message, and tap it.
- Navigate to the ‘Use USB for’ section and tap the USB tethering option.
- This will establish a connection between them.
- To check the IP address, use the ‘ipconfig’ command.
- Search for the usb0 field.
- For some, you have to choose the USB connection.
- On the Linux computer, search for the network tray applet.
- Select your network option. This will establish a connection between the Linux computer and the Android mobile phone.
- By using these steps how to tether any smartphone to linux for mobile internet.
- First, connect your Blackberry 10 phone to the Linux computer using a USB cable.
- On your phone, go to the Settings application and tap the Network Connection option followed by the Internet Tethering option.
- Select Connect -> USB and then enable the Internet Tethering option.
Tap Manage Connections -> Network and Connections -> Mobile Hotspot Connections and set the network credentials.
- Open the Terminal application on the Linux computer and enter ‘sudo apt install libimobiledevice6’ command without the single quotes.
- On the Settings screen of your iPhone, tap the Personal Hotspot option and turn on the toggle beside the ‘Allow Others to Join’ option.
- On the Linux computer, you have to select the eth0 or eth1 connection.
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