Internet sharing or "Tethering" is an option that is not available on all Windows Phone devices. it is a feature that can be build by one of the OEM's
HTC provides tethering on their devices and it can be found in the settings menu.
There are rumours on Nokia working on an update to provide it on their Windows Phone devices as well.
I'm not to sure about ...
Windows Phone doesn't support sharing its connection over Bluetooth, nor connecting to the Internet via a Bluetooth connection.
The closest that is achievable, is that Internet sharing can be started from paired Bluetooth device, and on Windows 8.1, this will show the hotspot as an available WiFi network - this still works as a WiFi network though, so in ...
By judging what you are trying here to accomplish, I think you are mentioning Reverse USB Tethering. Windows Phone 7 had it by default via Zune. In Windows Phone 8 the dev team dropped this feature. So there is no way you can share your PC's internet to phone via USB.
Most likely what you can do to avail internet in phone, you can set an adapter up as an ...
You can only share your phone's mobile connection over WiFi or Bluetooth. Since the PC you wish to share with is a laptop, it should have both of those available. As far as I know, sharing over USB is not available in Windows 10 Mobile.
To enable internet sharing, go to Settings → Network & wireless → Mobile hotspot. See this article for step-...
Though Windows 8.1 does provide USB option if you search for it but the settings there are related to only your storage settings. And hence Windows 8.1 still doesnt have tethering enabled.
Its a feature thats been requested a lot and is needed but still not available :(
Turning on Internet Sharing turns your phone into a router hosting a WiFi network. As the phones only tend to have a single WiFi adapter, it can only be listening on a single radio channel at any given time. As each WiFi network will prefer to sit on its own channel to avoid interference, the adapter cannot be connected to multiple networks simultaneously.
Starting with Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1, internet sharing can be done over Bluetooth, as well as over WiFi. To enable it, simply use the "Share over" dropdown list in the internet sharing settings app.
For more information:
Internet sharing over Bluetooth comes via GDR1 update for Windows Phone
I don't think this is a problem with your Lumia 620 - Driver_IRQL_Not_Less_Or_Equal is a Windows error relating to wireless drivers. I had the same crash when using the Windows 8.1 preview. The problem was not caused by FIPS, but a driver problem with my integrated Intel wireless adapter (HP does not support Windows 8 on my laptop). The fix was to disable ...
In "Settings" some devices have an option labelled "Internet Sharing" which can turn your phone into a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot. This feature isn't disabled on some devices, and on some networks, but if it is there on your device, that's the option to use.
Wifi is disconnecting is not a bug but a feature to save battery. there are some apps that keep your wifi alive but it's not in the OS currently. Also when the phone is connected to the power cable it will keep the wifi alive.
wifi will automatically reconnect when you start using the phone.
Internet sharing works through WIFI only and not via cable: http:/...
I don't pin-lock my device, but I have happily used the Internet Connection sharing feature on a HTC Titan after the screen has gone into power save, when the device has been on external power.
Knowing that Windows Phone will disable Wi-Fi to conserve battery when the screen is off, it may just be that you need to connect the phone to an external power ...
You are tethering over WiFi so the input is coming from data and the output is going over the WiFi network.
The numbers 268MB of cellular data and 279MB WiFi will always stay pretty close together.
The question about why they differ at all is a lot more complex and is probably best answered by the developers of the app.
It looks like the PlayStation 3 does not support ad-hoc wifi networks like those created by smartphones to tether internet to other devices.
Looking at a few search results this seems to happen with Android devices as well so I guess Sony would need to update their console to enable this.
This is actually a feature, not a bug. Your notebook recognizes that your phone is near and that you could start internet sharing without explicitly activating it on your phone. For this your phone Needs to be paired with your notebook through Bluetooth. As long as you're not connected to the phones Wi-Fi tethering will not be activated.
Here's some more ...
So you've Enabled Internet sharing from your windows phone using Bluetooth. You have also paired with your laptop.
But, still, no internet. Why not? Have you connected via the Access Point?
When you pair over Bluetooth, you create a "point of access" to use the internet of your windows phone.
If you have the bluetooth icon in your taskbar at ...
In principle, yes. The Lumia 640 supports 802.11n WiFi, which is generally faster than 3G.
In practice, the speeds you get will depend on 4G coverage in your area and your cellular plan, as well as the distance and presence of obstacles between your phone and the router, interfering signals from other WiFi networks, and several other factors.
Well, Now you can easily share audio file through WhatsApp in a Windows Phone. ALl you need to do is "update whatsapp".
WhatsApp has included the feature to send audio files without any tweaks.
Source: How to send Music files/Songs through WhatsApp in Windows Phone
Try this following ;
Activate your mobile data and you will get the access point at the end of the settings app, in that create a new access point with the right APN and at the end in authentication , Type select CHAP and save the settings.
Now activate the newly created setting and use in your laptop and ipad,etc..
On Windows 7 you can enable FIPS without the network being active. Open network and sharing center, then select the name of your phone's wireless tethering network.
Right-click, select properties, Security tab, then click the Advanced Settings button in order to be able to check the box to enable Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS). This fixed ...
This is an old question but I just experienced the exact sane problem a while ago when connecting to my Lumia 925 via hotspot.
-Right-clicking on the Windows Phone hotspot SSID in the charm bar (where you click connect/disconnect)
-View connection properties
-Advanced Settings in the security tab
Important: You have to do ...
No, developer unlocking a phone does not provide you with similar "rooting" abilities as other phones. If your carrier has locked the option to tether. So, unless you pay, your only option is to switch carriers.