21 September 2013

How to Connect Android Internet to Linux/BackTrack Devices

In windows, you can connect your android phone and share the Internet connection on your Phone to PC by just enabling Tethering.But in Linux , you can't directly enable Tethering,connect and browse. Have you tried ever ?
If you are new to Linux or BackTrack, then this guide will help you to get Internet on Linux by connecting your Android phone or tab.
So Lets start ...
What all things you will need ?
If your Android phone or Tablet don't have support to Tether via USB, you should download and Install following application on your Phone.
Download Wired-Tether App for Android
If you have support for USB Tethering, no need to download App.
Step #1 :
Connect your Android phone to PC via USB.
Step #2:
Enable USB Tethering on Phone
Step #3:
Open Terminal in your PC.
Step #4:
Type the following command exactly as shown below
dhclient usb0

Now wait a while.. Someprocesses will take place and you will be connected.

Screen shot of command on Back Track 5
If you have any doubt, then feel free to comment. And Don't try to Spam..!
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