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Old January 23rd, 2011, 06:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Confused Internet pass through not working :(

Hey all, i need some help understand whats going on! i have connected my DHD to my laptop once and the internet pass through work beautifully, but when i went to connect it the second time it wouldn't do it! The phone seems to hang.......

A connection is made as the laptop shows this but after a couple of mins the connection is dropped. I have run a diagnostic on the connection made by the phone and i get a message to say that "The network adaptor 'Local Area Connection 4' does not have a valid IP configuration"

I have factory reset the handset and have uninstalled HTC sync and installed it again but again no connection, have tried to repair the connection but to no avail there either.

So how could the phone have connected once and then just decided it didn't want to do it anymore and if someone could shed some light and a solution to fix the problem that would be lovely as i will be using it alot once i get it up and running.

Tech stuff: Laptop OS - Vista Home SP2
HTC Desire HD OS 2.2
Most upto date HTC sync which works with all the other usb options other than internet pass through.

Urm not sure what else to put but am happy to answer if anymore info would help!

Thank you very much.

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Old January 23rd, 2011, 06:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Additional info to the above, have just looked in device manager with the handset plugged in and there does not seem to be any sight of the phone in network adapters now to be honest i am not sure if i am ment to but this to me could be the problem!!

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Additional info to the above, have just looked in device manager with the handset plugged in and there does not seem to be any sight of the phone in network adapters now to be honest i am not sure if i am ment to but this to me could be the problem!!

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Hello mate, I am having the same issue, first time when i connected to my laptop, it all seemed great...but it was the last time it ever worked, I wonder what might have stopped it from connecting again.
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Default same issue: pass thru worked only once, then nothing

I've seen your posts are recent . Did you get any help. I've the same problem . Tnx
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When I connect the HTC desire HD to the pc, I see in the network connection “Connected, HTC Remote NDIS based device” But I was not able to browse using HTC. The pc connected to the net via Ethernet cable with a fixed IP address for the pc.
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For my question, there was no reply. May be there is no solution or my question is very trivial
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Default Same on Desire S!!

Hi all, I have the HTC Desire S and similarly Internet Pass-Through only works the 1st time I connect my phone to the PC! If I disconnect it and re-connect it, it just won't work! I saw HTC Support's suggestion to install the hotfix Help and Support but it hasn't solved the problem...
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I just figured out how to solve this problem of internet pass through on Desire HD....

I was having the same issue, first time internet pass through worked just fine but did not work afterward so here is what solved this for me...

1. First make sure you have installed latest version of HTC Sync then plug in your android phone in the same usb port as when u first used internet pass through..wait till it says can't connect internet pass trough but don't disconnect ur phone

2.Now keep the phone connected and right click on my computer and select "Manage"..
3.Select "Device Manager" tab and click on "Network Adapter" to expand it there should be two or more internet adapters..
4.Right click on the one called "HTC Remote NDIS Based Device" and Enable it.....that's it..
Now try to activate internet pass through on your android it should work...Enjoy
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Hi, first-time poster.

Very helpful suggestions above.

I followed your steps Challs, but it wasn't working for me. I adapted it a bit; after opening up the network adapter section in the disc management window, I waited and waited and eventually the 'cannot connect' message was shown on the phone. I went to right click, but the phone was gone.

I did it all again but this time didn't wait. I right-clicked, chose 'disable' then as soon as that was done I right-clicked and chose 'enable' and it has worked the once.

It doesn't work a second time, but then I've not found anything that does yet.

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I tried to use my phone for this for the first time this week (as my wifi was temporarily down).

The network manager said it was connected and it showed the data upload/download signal in notifications window (where my wifi signal normally is shown), my chat featured showed as online for about a minute but then stated "not connected" and I couldn't browse at all.

Disconnecting and reconnecting showed the data connection signal but couldn't get "online" at all.
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Hey all, i need some help understand whats going on! i have connected my DHD to my laptop once and the internet pass through work beautifully, but when i went to connect it the second time it wouldn't do it! The phone seems to hang.......

A connection is made as the laptop shows this but after a couple of mins the connection is dropped. I have run a diagnostic on the connection made by the phone and i get a message to say that "The network adaptor 'Local Area Connection 4' does not have a valid IP configuration"

I have factory reset the handset and have uninstalled HTC sync and installed it again but again no connection, have tried to repair the connection but to no avail there either.

So how could the phone have connected once and then just decided it didn't want to do it anymore and if someone could shed some light and a solution to fix the problem that would be lovely as i will be using it alot once i get it up and running.

Tech stuff: Laptop OS - Vista Home SP2
HTC Desire HD OS 2.2
Most upto date HTC sync which works with all the other usb options other than internet pass through.

Urm not sure what else to put but am happy to answer if anymore info would help!

Thank you very much.
if you still have this issue, i tried this solution and it works for me:
DHD should be plugged in the PC
1- go to devices manager, under Network adapters
2- you will see "HTC Remote NDIS based Device"
3- uninstall the driver
4- unplug the device and then plug it witj internet pass through
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if you still have this issue, i tried this solution and it works for me:
DHD should be plugged in the PC
1- go to devices manager, under Network adapters
2- you will see "HTC Remote NDIS based Device"
3- uninstall the driver
4- unplug the device and then plug it witj internet pass through
Has anyone else tried this suggestion?

I don't want to uninstall the driver and then later realise I'll need it and don't know where/how to get it back!!
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Has anyone else tried this suggestion?

I don't want to uninstall the driver and then later realise I'll need it and don't know where/how to get it back!!
Can you not download the drivers, chuck a copy on a CD in case you need them in future?

A quick google search and I found this - DriverMax - Network Adapters - HTC Corporation - HTC Remote NDIS based Device Computer Driver Updates

if it helps?
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Can you not download the drivers, chuck a copy on a CD in case you need them in future?

A quick google search and I found this - DriverMax - Network Adapters - HTC Corporation - HTC Remote NDIS based Device Computer Driver Updates

if it helps?
Thanks for this.

Anyway I can't uninstall it, cuz everytime I do so, the Computer Management screen just freezes and crashes! Even if I try to do something else, like Disable the HTC network adapter, it would freeze too...
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Anyway I can't uninstall it, cuz everytime I do so, the Computer Management screen just freezes and crashes! Even if I try to do something else, like Disable the HTC network adapter, it would freeze too...
Sorry, but can't help then - don't use my phone in this way! Perhaps someone else will be able to shed some light on this!!
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I somehow found the solution by brainstorming, I 'm not sure if its gonna work for all of you but this is what I did. I turned off my firewall and then unplug and plug in my usb again. It worked.
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it is working for me now...thankss
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I tried this and it worked for my Incredible S.
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if you still have this issue, i tried this solution and it works for me:
DHD should be plugged in the PC
1- go to devices manager, under Network adapters
2- you will see "HTC Remote NDIS based Device"
3- uninstall the driver
4- unplug the device and then plug it witj internet pass through
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Trying to connect my phone to a computer on my work's network which connects to the internet through proxy.

The phone was being detected and the internet pass through sign was showing on the phone it was connected too but the phone had no internet access.

(Instructions For XP)
• Installed latest version of HTC Sync
• Open Control Panel > Network Connections > Local Area Connection (or what ever your main connection appears as) > Properties
• Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties

If this screen shows obtain an IP automatically then this is probably what is causing the problem, read on...

• Go to Start > Run and type in 'cmd' and press return.
• Type 'ipconfig /all'
• It will show settings for 2 network connections, 1 being your computer network connection and the other your phone.
• Write down the following settings from the first network connection:
IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and DNS Server.
• Copy these settings to the TCP/IP Properties you opened earlier.
• Click Ok, then Ok again to close the network settings and your settings will be applied
• check you still got internet ok still on your PC then turn on Internet Pass Through on your phone (if its already on, switch off then on).

Hope this helps someone!
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Enabling "HTC Remote NDIS Based Device" in Device Manager solved my problem. Thank you.
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I have tried all of these solutions on this site.
but in menu>setting>wireless and network> internet pass-through hang up with "turning on" !
help !
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Hi,

to get this working on windows 7.

connect device as internet pass through
go to network connections, set phone - HTC Remote NDIS device to auto DHCP
select the network connection where the internet comes from
open properties on this and then select the sharing tab
select allow other network users to connect through this computer's internet connection
and then select the connection to your phone.

Works fine for me, not on every attempt but on most!!!
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my pc and phone showed internet pass-through was connected however no internet.
i added htc sync as a program to the firewall exceptions and bingo
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Trying to connect my phone to a computer on my work's network which connects to the internet through proxy.

The phone was being detected and the internet pass through sign was showing on the phone it was connected too but the phone had no internet access.

(Instructions For XP)
• Installed latest version of HTC Sync
• Open Control Panel > Network Connections > Local Area Connection (or what ever your main connection appears as) > Properties
• Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties

If this screen shows obtain an IP automatically then this is probably what is causing the problem, read on...

• Go to Start > Run and type in 'cmd' and press return.
• Type 'ipconfig /all'
• It will show settings for 2 network connections, 1 being your computer network connection and the other your phone.
• Write down the following settings from the first network connection:
IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and DNS Server.
• Copy these settings to the TCP/IP Properties you opened earlier.
• Click Ok, then Ok again to close the network settings and your settings will be applied
• check you still got internet ok still on your PC then turn on Internet Pass Through on your phone (if its already on, switch off then on).

Hope this helps someone!
I'm having the same problem but this solution isn't working ... after copying settings to local area connection 2, it first says that you are having same settings for another adapter. still you want to save these settings, i did ok. then when i reconnect my internet pass through, default gateway and dns server remains saved but ip and subnet disappears. can you help?
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