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Android Reverse Tethering for windows users.

Tethering is the ability to surf on your pc using the 3g of your phone
Reverse tethering is the opposite : surf on your phone using the ADSL of your PC. No Wifi or 3G connection required.

==>Troubleshooting (FAQ) <==
Since a lot of users don't read the full article before asking for help, I will start by this section !
  1. Not yet compatible with Android 5. Work on progress. Don't ask me when it will be available
  2. Android 4.3 and upper : You must install the Connectivity hack (see Connectivity hack section) before connect .
  3. Android 4.3 and upper : You must connect your phone/tablet to a working wifi or 3g once after each boot before using reverse tethering !!!
  4. This work only for rooted users and with Windows. Don't ask for linux or for some fruit operating systems !!!
  5. The tool is not compatible with "CrossBreeder" , "adaway" or other tools that change the host file (removing localhost)
  6. Tethering and reverse tethering (this tool) are not compatible at the same time, it's then not possible to turn your android phone as a wifi hotspot.
  7. If your device is not listed in the "select a device" dropdow list:
    • Ensure Usb debugging is enabled. See "Before starting the tool" section
    • The ADB subsystem is sometimes not working properly. Click the "Kill ADB" button (on Tools)
    • Your device is perhaps not installed properly. See your device manufacturer. You can download a generic driver from google here : http://developer.android.com/sdk/win-usb.html.
    • Windows can detect your device as a "Media Transfer Protocol" (MTP) or "Picture Transfer Protocol" (PTP). When you connect the usb cable, you have a notification. Click the notification to change this parameter. If one don't work, take the another one...
    Click refresh or restart the tool to detect your device.
    If the connection shutdown often, try another usb cable
  8. Proxies problems :
    • Corporte proxy. The windows application is not able to traverse proxies.
      The good news is that you can use some applications like FreeCap , sockscap and proxifier.
      You must start the androidTool from one of these launchers, giving proxy adress and port.
      Thanks "edgd1er" for the information.
    • Android 3G proxy. Even if 3g is desactivated, your provider (APN) proxy may still be used by applications.
      The windows tool is not able to communicate with your provider proxy.
      Note that only a few providers include a proxy. You must remove it manually.
      The tool will give you informations on how to do it when detected.
Installation :
Unpack the zip file. This zip files contains the windows part, ADB and the android APK.

Before starting the tool :
  • You must install drivers for your device.
    If you don't find drivers for your phone/tablet, check the Universal Naked Driver
    Other interesting tool to install Adb and drivers (32/64) : [TOOL] ADB, Fastboot and Drivers - 15 seconds ADB Installer .
    Some screenshots are availables in this thread to install the driver.
  • Ensure you have debugging enabled on your phone :
    Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging > Turn On
  • Ensure you have root access AND SuperUser application installed.
    Change the superuser settings (Menu -> Preferences -> Notifications part) :
    Uncheck "Notifications" label to display "Do not show notification when an app is granted Su Permissions"
SU Notifications

AndroidTool

The AndroidTool.exe is the windows part
Android Reverse Tethering
The low level communication tool (ADB) is included in the zip file.
AndroidTool will try to find ADB in c:\android-sdk-windows\platform-tools\adb.exe
If not found he will use the provided one.

The first time you use the program :
  • If you want to use another version of ADB, clik "config" and in the first tab enter the path to the ADB
  • Select the DNS server to use in the right list. On complex system, some dns can be detected.

Start reverse tethering
Just click “Connect”.
If it's the first time you use the program, This will install the latest android package and the dependencies (busybox and redsocks).
The SuperUser process may ask you to allow “Usb tunnel”

Superuser permission request

If the android process crash after receiving superuser rights, close the windows program and start again.

The android interface (first tab) will show connections forwarded to windows.
Others tabs are just for debugging. Send the log on this thread in case of problem.

Start your browser
Google chrome will complain that no connection is available. Don’t care. That work.
Firefox , opera and dolphin don’t have problem with that !!!

The current version of the application can’t forward low level ICMP packet (PING).
From Android Os point of vue, there is no internet connection.

Command line prompt :

The windows tool is a "One click" application. Just click the "Connect" button.
But you can add parameters to directly connect when the program start.
Here are the supported commands : Device:xxxx (where xxxx is the device id), Connect, Disconnect, KillAdb, LogToClipboard, Show, Hide, Quit
Parameter sample : Device:123465789 Connect Hide
Create a second shortcut with Disconnect Quit parameters to stop connection and close the application.

Connectivity hack :

This will install some low level program to install a "fake" Wifi for browsers and google play market.
Don't worry, I didn't brick my phone and tablet during the development.

The Xposed framework author and me are not responsible for anything you do with your phone/tablet/rice cooker.
This work for android 4.X, but an experimental version of the Xposed framework for Gingerbread made by liudongmiao can be found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...4#post44034334 (no support from my side)
  • On the windows program, go to tools tab and click "install hack"
  • Launch the Xposed Installer (you just installed) on your android and click on "Install/Update"
  • Go to the module tab and check the HackConnectivityService (see screenshot below)
  • Reboot the phone
  • Done!
    This work for market but also for some other programs (some games,skype,hangouts...)

    Hack Connectivity Service

For older android 2.x or 3.x version :
The application want to have an active 3G or Wifi network interface.
Some market applications are tagged "Wifi" only.
To get around this problem, you can activate the 3G BEFORE starting reverse tethering,all the data will goes to the usb.
Tips : You can connect to some wifi hotspot not protected by a key.
It's only when you want to surf that the hotspot ask you a user/password.
But, at this point, we have an 'active' connection. Market download should work after starting reverse tethering.

Not fully working application but work if you install the HackConnectivityService on android 4.x:
  • Market download
  • Spotify
  • Skype. (not checked yet)
  • If someone know another one, post a reply !

History :

Version 3.19
  • Added some rights for sdcard access.
  • New windows icons.

Version 3.18
  • Fixed Xposed HackConnectivityService module. You must click "install hack" to update it
  • Small bug fix.

Version 3.17
  • Updated Xposed framework installer 2.4.1
  • Small bug fix.

For Linux ,Mac OS X , I recommand this guide (from @phamthanhnam ) : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2287494 .
This required entering a lot of manual commands on both android and the PC each time you want to connect (reserved to power "geek" users).
This work also for windows, but much more complicated, compared to this "One click" connect tool. I let user chose the solution he want...

I will not respond to email or private message. If you want support, post a reply on this forum.

Do you like this program ? Want to make a donation ? Send any amount to my paypal account (click the donate button on left)

Please read FAQ on top of the page before asking for help.

Older versions were removed (416611 downloads)
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1st December 2011, 02:48 PM |#2  
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Unpack the zip file. This zip files contains the windows part, ADB and the android APK.

You MUST uninstall previous version. If you don’t find it, run a dos command prompt on the installation folder and enter this command : Adb uninstall service.tracetool

Ensure you have debugging enabled on your phone :
Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging > Turn On

Run the windows program : AndroidTool.exe

The first time you use the program, click on “Show Android interface”. This will install the package and the dependencies (busybox and redsocks).
The SuperUser process may ask you to allow “Usb tunnel”

To start tethering click “Connect”.
Again, The SuperUser process may ask you to allow “Usb tunnel”

If the android process crash after receiving superuser rights, close the windows program and start again. (It’s a beta)

The android interface will show connections forwarded to windows.

Start your browser
Google chrome will complain that no connection is available. Don’t care. That work.
Firefox , opera and dolphin don’t have problem with that !!!

The current version of the application can’t forward low level ICMP packet (PING).
From Android Os point of vue, there is no internet connection.

Market :
The search market work, but due to the same connection problem, it’s not possible to download. I hope Google will fix the market.

I was looking to get some internet access on alpha build of ics for galaxy tab... Hope this works..will try and let you know..thanks for the good work...

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1st December 2011, 11:26 PM |#3  
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Great work. Tested this and it works pretty well (on HTC Aria CM7).
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6th December 2011, 06:26 AM |#4  
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do you mean we need to connect the tablet to the PC using the USB cable then we can use reverse thethering thingy ?
6th December 2011, 08:03 AM |#5  
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Wouldn't the PC app like Connectify Me do this thing without all this?

☞★sent from drajax's Galaxy SL!!! *♂ツ
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Wow thanks a million!, i hope we can download apps as well but i'll settle for apks for now, <3

---------- Post added at 08:14 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:55 PM ----------

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Wouldn't the PC app like Connectify Me do this thing without all this?

☞★sent from drajax's Galaxy SL!!! *♂ツ

it would, but this program uses a USB cable, connectify uses WiFi, so for us who don't have wifi routers or connectify we can use this
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7th December 2011, 06:54 AM |#7  
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Galaxy S II (GT-I9100) on CyanogenMod 7.1, using SiyahKernel 2.2b6, doesn't work. Using Windows 7 x86, with correct drivers installed. Can't get past the step of clicking 'Show Android Interface'. Clicks, but nothing happens. No devices are listed within the program.
7th December 2011, 07:44 AM |#8  
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Galaxy S II (GT-I9100) on CyanogenMod 7.1, using SiyahKernel 2.2b6, doesn't work. Using Windows 7 x86, with correct drivers installed. Can't get past the step of clicking 'Show Android Interface'. Clicks, but nothing happens. No devices are listed within the program.

If the device is not listed, it's not a problem related with reverse tethering. It's a driver or installation problem !
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do you mean we need to connect the tablet to the PC using the USB cable then we can use reverse thethering thingy ?

Yes, you just need to install the windows program then click connect.
It's a beta, market is not able to download.
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If the device is not listed, it's not a problem related with reverse tethering. It's a driver or installation problem !

Elaborate? On your post it says:
Quote:

Tested under:
Acer Iconia A500 (Taboonay 2.1)
Galaxy S (Cyanogen 7)
Galaxy S II
HTC Aria (CM7)

The device is listed. And I've got all appropriate drivers for my device installed?
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Inspire 4G CM7, works

As a side note, I had ADB running when I started it & it didnt work. Killed all ADB sessions & relaunched, after that it worked like a charm.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by screamworks

Elaborate? On your post it says:


The device is listed. And I've got all appropriate drivers for my device installed?

Did you enabled USB Debugging ?
Run a dos command prompt then enter this command :
Code:
cd\instfolder
adb devices
instfolder is the folder where you unzipped ReverseTethering.zip
Ensure you have adb.exe in that folder
You should see :
Code:
List of devices attached
xxxxxxxxxxx device
If not, try to re-install driver or test on another PC.
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8th December 2011, 08:16 AM |#13  
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As a side note, I had ADB running when I started it & it didnt work. Killed all ADB sessions & relaunched, after that it worked like a charm.

Better is to configure the application to use the already installed ADB program on your computer :
button config -> ADB sheet -> update path -> button save
Then restart the tool.
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9th December 2011, 07:00 PM |#14  
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Working on Nexus S with MIUI. Opera browser and Market both work.

I was hoping to use it to avoid using my data while playing games or when installing games with huge downloads after installing, but that doesn't seem to be the case yet. I see I can add ports for forwarding, but how can I tell what port a game uses?
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This was something i was waiting but i could not use the internet from pc.
I have SGS1, 2.3.6. I dont get any error messages. Clicking connect makes it connect but status column always not connected.

Im on company network. Which IP i will use? Which port i will use?
12th December 2011, 07:21 PM |#16  
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I was hoping to use it to avoid using my data while playing games or when installing games with huge downloads after installing, but that doesn't seem to be the case yet. I see I can add ports for forwarding, but how can I tell what port a game uses?

Next version will detect automatically ports.
But it's still not possible do download from Market
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This was something i was waiting but i could not use the internet from pc.
I have SGS1, 2.3.6. I dont get any error messages. Clicking connect makes it connect but status column always not connected.

Im on company network. Which IP i will use? Which port i will use?

Beta 2 (+- 15 decembre) will be more stable. With automatic port detection.
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Why not just use virtual router on your pc?
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Works like a charm on My Ideos X5 U8800.. Thx!
13th December 2011, 04:31 PM |#21  
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Thumbs up Works flawlessly on Galaxy ace..
Working like charm on my galaxy ace Market seems to be getting connected
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I have tried in HD2 device without any success.
The device is connected but it wasn't possible to share the net connection in the apk's of the device.

Any idea?
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This is awesome mate! Works on my hTC Desire
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Talking Its working !!!
It did worked on my Xperia Mini Pro,Windows 7 x64 Ultimate.
I was able to use my Broadbands ADSL Router to surf internet on my mobile using USB reverse tethering.
But only the same problem i faced was i wasn't able to download from Android market but i was able to surf the market :P

Do anyone know more port numbers ? so we will be able to download from market?
Also when i tried to download SD Data for Brothers In Arms 2 Free+ by gameloft,it did not detected Internet as WIFI or as carrier network
So all we can do is brows the net on market or on browser and can download links with http or https thats all for now -.-
Thanks a lot for this awesome help
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Why not just use virtual router on your pc?

Not all PC have a Wifi connection (at work for example)
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Working like charm on my galaxy ace Market seems to be getting connected

Yes, the market show you applications on the market, but can you download one or update existing application ?
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Why not just use virtual router on your pc?

Any virtual router for WinXP?
15th December 2011, 11:23 AM |#28  
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Works on Samsung Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Y.
Able to connect in apps like facebook and twitter while sync and in-app downloads not working.

P.S. Is it possible to use it without USB connection via ADB wireless or something similar? (doesn't work for now..)
I know it is kinda' useless but would be a nice experiment I guess..

Edit: It detects the device but when I try to connect it crashes.



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bookmarked and donation to u coming next month in end of jan out of paypal bal. right now !

great work simple int. superb invention !

i love u

thank u once again i was manually bridging connections on foryo but i was unsucessfull on GB this is great !

i thank you once again bro

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WORKS ON MOTOROLA DEFY!
Thanks a lot
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hi bro something heppen to this tool :s

the very fiest time this worked and i was seeing some logs of packts in the program but it is nt working anymore..

i want to use the rev.tet. again i unistalled the android application from the phone [usb tunnel] and followed every step but the app is working anymore..

i'm getting force close error and when i press on generate bug report the pc app crashes..

i don't know weather the pc app is culprit or the android app..

hope u or someone will shed some light on my situation


ps : my phone sgs i9003
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superb work mate..thanxxx a lot..confirming working with LG Optimus One MDPI with CM7.. just wondering that when market will work..btw can this done via bluetooth by pan or anything????
16th December 2011, 07:48 AM |#33  
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@jani bhai yes this can b done via bluetooth remember those s60 apps ? gnubox and others ?

btw let him fix this first and make this things stable it's still in beta..

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Market works but we cant dl from market. Any solution?
17th December 2011, 09:09 AM |#35  
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Works flawlessly!!!
This comes in handy when download some of the bigger games on the market.

I'm on Market 3.4.4 and I can download from the Market no problem. Try updating your Market!!!

Thank you =D
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Works flawlessly!!!
This comes in handy when download some of the bigger games on the market.

I'm on Market 3.4.4 and I can download from the Market no problem. Try updating your Market!!!

Thank you =D

How is the downloading from market is working for u??i m using the same version..wat special u r doing???
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I'm on Market 3.4.4 and I can download from the Market no problem.

I also have the same version. You probably didn't closed your wifi.
Can you try again ?
18th December 2011, 02:06 PM |#38  
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How is the downloading from market is working for u??i m using the same version..wat special u r doing???

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I also have the same version. You probably didn't closed your wifi.
Can you try again ?

I'm not doing anything special I don't have Wifi at my house ; ; which is why I love this!!!! I updated Google map and downloaded the world of goo demo quick fast.

I'm using a Droid X² Stock Gingerbread 2.3.4 when it's hooked up to my computer I set my phone to "PC mode". Everything works fine on "Mass Storage Device" but I just can't save to my SD card that way.

My phone did get buggy when I tried to disconnect part of the screen turn black and touch wasn't working. Resolved that with powering down.

My friend hard drive burned out so I'm going to try reverse tether have him sign in to Google Music to download all his songs back. If this work this programs of the gods!!!!

EDIT:

So I tried again and this is silly. It'll let me update apps in "My Apps" that need updating, but won't let me download new one.
Sorry for posting misleading info guys =/
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Working great so far, im posting this via my phone with this tool running. Big thx man. Hope to see more awesome fixes. Yes it dosent work on all apps, even speedtest.net dosent but for now its great as an early release.. thumbs up



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if I could use a proxy.
applications that I use to listen to 127.0.0.1 port 8080
how proxies were used to reverse tether to android?

sorry for my bad english
thx b4.
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Been looking for something like this since I bought my SGSII... gonna try it after I get back to the dorm where I don't have wifi available. Thanks goes to you sir!!!
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