My PC has an Internet connection. My Android phone does not have Internet connection. My PC has a Bluetooth adapter. My Android phone supports Bluetooth.

How I can share my PC Internet connection with my Android phone via Bluetooth?


You can download third-party software like mHotspot and make your Ethernet connection a hotspot. Or you can download other software like PDANet for Windows and PDANet+ for Windows and connect over USB, or Bluetooth. But you will need to pay for PDANet and PDANet+.

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    I installed mHotspot but it can't even startup. Also, it modify my browser settings and install lots of rubbish-software on my PC. Not only that, during the installation, it keep open my web browser and attempt to access a website. May I know if you have other better solution? – user275517 Jul 16 '14 at 7:33
  • Well if mHotspot doesn't start up, the help section on mHotspot has links for the fix, and if that doesn't work, you can always torrent PDANet+ and PDANet, and if it installs rubbish, check your add-on settings. – kprovost7314 Nov 22 '14 at 21:12
  • If you are reading this in 2016, this no longer works for android v5 and above – Gabriel Fair Sep 9 '16 at 19:22

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