You can also let it ask you to connect when it finds an USB-connection. No such device usb0: Samsung Galaxy A Series I’m sorry but I just bought my phone and I don’t know much about it I tried to copy-paste it in my SD Memory but it didn’t work and by the way I didn’t download it from Market because GPRS is so damn expensive in here , instead I downloaded it from developer’s website jackpal. I thought Market could use this, however Market uses post Do I have to rebuild the kernel?
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It’s called Android Reverse Tethering. Samsung Galaxy A Series This looks like a partial solution: If it doesn’t get the IP address, or if you are using some application that a static IP address is desirable like “Webkey for Android” App, then assign it manually:.
Android USB Tethering – Gentoo Wiki
The result is an app that works on devices running Android 4. I then androjd ifup usb0but it says.
Manual methods using Wifi
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DreamCoder 2 Android Apps and Games. On Ubuntu it makes use ajdroid the usbnet driver and as soon as I plug the dongle in, the OS recognizes it and gets a new network interface.
The project does not include a pre-built binary, so I’ve uploaded one I built for Ubuntu. After some googling I found that I should get information about network interfaces using ip link. However, though usbnett these modules manually via modprobe seems to work without errors, usb0 is still missing. It works for me.
xndroid To check, at adb shell or android terminal, try the command ping www. There are some more possibilities — but all of them I know of require a rooted device.
I was looking for a reverse tethering solution that would work on my unrooted devices and androif a MacBook, but I just could not find anything. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. If so, how do I set it up? Guest Quick Reply no urls or BBcode. One of the things I hated about Windows Mobile was its reliance on that crappy software and I don’t want it on my new PC.