For several reasons, you want to use ADSL of your PC for browsing internet on your mobile device – for instance, if you don’t have a wireless router at your home or your mobile device won’t support Wi-Fi or don’t have a mobile data plan. If you don’t know how to connect ADSL of your PC to your Android phone via USB cable for browsing, read below simple guide.

It is called Reverse Tethering and before creating reverse tethering, following things are required:

1. Your Android device must be rooted and have SuperUser installed. 2. A Windows PC with working internet connection. 3. USB drivers of your Android Phone.

How to use ADSL on Android phone?

1. Connect your Android phone to your PC via a USB cable. If required, install USB driver. (Generally USB drivers are supplied by the device manufacturer, if you don’t have the USB driver, follow this guide)

2. Enable USB debugging in your Android Phone. Go to Settings > Application > Development > USB Debugging.


3. Download latest Reverse Tethering Package to your PC from XDA or here and extract the downloaded package in a folder.

4. Open the extracted folder. You’ll see a file named as “AndroidTool.exe”. Run AndroidTool.exe and click on “Refresh” button, which will display your device.


5. After selecting your device, click on the “Connect” button. This will install the latest android package and the dependencies (busybox and redsocks) on the connected Android phone.

6. At this point, the SuperUser process may ask you to allow “USB tunnel”.


If it doesn’t or the Reverse Tethering application fails to connect to the device, open the “USB Tunnel” app that should be installed on your phone and run it. It will now ask for SuperUser permissions.


If everything goes fine, you will be able to access Internet on your Android phone. That’s all! (Via)



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