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[Q] moto g - using PC broadband on moto g

24th February 2014, 09:25 AM |#11  
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Yes it is to create a hotspot. And i wrote already that i read it to late that he has no wifi available.

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and even if u dn have wireless network connection 2 adapter you would notbe able to even create Wifi hotspot from a laptop

I do not understand what you mean. I created a wifi hotspot sucessfully on my netbook which was also connected via network cable.
 
 
24th February 2014, 09:33 AM |#12  
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Yes it is to create a hotspot. And i wrote already that i read it to late that he has no wifi available.



I do not understand what you mean. I created a wifi hotspot sucessfully on my netbook which was also connected via network cable.

Its like most of them dn have those adapters ...i have thinkpad L430 but nt able to share internet ...but on my dell laptop it was easier ...i havetried a lot but netsh wlan commands doesnot work ...not even by connectify ...in the other hand it works good on my other laptop ...
well not losing the oroginal topic ...i have provided a method of reverse tethering ..
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