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Phone hot spotting to a computer?

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#1 Poquaia


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Posted 28 July 2014 - 12:13 AM

Hey my problem is a little bit weird. My situation is that I have my old desktop pc in my room now for browsing the web casually. It is out of reach of an Ethernet cable, doesn't have built in wifi connectibility(?) and is running Linux which my wireless adapter isn't really working with. I'm wondering if there was any way I could connect my phone (Alcatel OneTouch M'Pop 5020 (android)) via usb to my computer, have it hotspot my house's wifi, and the wifi be accessed on my computer?

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