Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by kalikool123, Sep 19, 2011.
Is there any way to enable usb reverse tethering in the CM 7 for galaxy mini
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translate it to english and follow the steps.
but it doesnt enable u to download frm market.
Why would you want to do that?
That looks promising, but Is it for galaxy mini???
Besides that , how to run a ".sh" file in terminal emulator???
I am a newbee to Linux and Droid.
Thanks In Advance
just place that file on sd card n type this in terminal:
follow the steps frm that site
Could somebody translate this, cuz for me google translate works 50% and 50% of the words are in english and 50% in indonesian. I would really appreciate.
now my problem is that i can' understand step 5 and 6:
5. Open a terminal emulator on HP
6. run file its tethering.sh
cd / sdcard /
at step 6, what do i need to do, i cant run it.
copy tethering.sh to /sdcard/ and in terminal type the code
and tada it will run the script ...
where and what is the terminal, im new on android
I couldnt execute the sh file on terminal emulator, but i was able to execute that using rootexplorer.
But still no hope, as usb tethering cannot be enabled in cm7.
after enabling it , the usb tethering automaticaly gets disabled
terminal is the terminal emulator as seen in ubuntu
You need to have your device rooted for running terminal emulator
USB thethering work fine in cm7 but i think reverse tethering is very difficult to try out especially on windows .. if you have linux and want to tey reverse tethering you can go through this article Mycila Blog: Reverse USB Tethering with Android 2.2 it might be of any use ....
this is the best method for reverse tethering that works, it'll take sometime to get it right first time
i dont why you ppl,want to follow some typical n more technical way, but i use the easiest way;-)
mhotspot-Turn your laptop into a wifi hotspot
because he doesn't have wireless driver and he has to do it via USB...
Connect the phone to the computer with the usb cable.
(Go to phone) Disable usb storage by opening the top sliding menu, touch the message "USB connected" and choose "Turn off usb storage"
Goto settings->Wireless and network->Tethering and portable hotspot->Enable USB tethering.
(Go to PC) A new network interface will be shown in your computer. Set it to "Home" if Windows firewall asks about it. In "Network and sharing center", choose "Change adapter settings". You can see the new interface here. Let's call it "Android connection".
Enable internet connection sharing on the interface that has internet connection. (It took me awhile to realize I was doing it the other way round). For those with LAN, it's your LAN card, for those with wireless, it's your wireless card(why are you doing usb tethering anyway?): Right click the interface-> properties->choose sharing tab and check "Allow the other network users to ...". Close the window to accept it.
Windows will set the IP of "Android connection" to 192.168.x.x for some unknown reason. Doesn't really matter although it may clash with some routers default setting. We will set it to another fixed IP and let our computer be the gateway.
Right click "Android connection" -> Properties, Choose "Internet protocol version 4 (TCP/IPv4)", Click properties. Choose "Use the following IP address". The setting is flexible and can differ from my values(if you know what you're doing)
IP address: 10.1.1.11
Network mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: leave blank
Leave the dns part blank
Press ok and close the properties window.
download an app called terminal emulator for u r andriod (easily available in market ann in non market as well ! )
(Go to phone) Open your terminal emulator and type the following commands
Note: Ur IPs can differ but remember second cmds ip and ur andriod lan ip on ur pc (windows or linux ) should be same !
ifconfig usb0 10.1.1.12 netmask 255.255.255.0 up
route add default gw 10.1.1.11 dev usb0
setprop net.dns1 188.8.131.52
A thank is always aprreciated !