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How to share your data connection with other devices Android


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Thanks to our mobile devices and data rates we are at all times connected to the Internet. Except coverage problems, we always carry with us an internet connection that sometimes we can be very handy to share other devices can connect to the Internet at any given time. 
Since Android 2.2 (Froyo), almost all devices allow us to do tethering, ie, share our data connection so we can have Internet on our laptop or tablet, or to give Internet to the friend who is out of data or coverage . 
 
Tethering and Wi-Fi

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Share your Internet connection with other devices is easy. We just have to go to Settings> Wireless & networks> Tethering & Wi-Fi Zone. Now depending on your device options would see USB tethering to share our connection through a Portable Wi-Fi USB cable that would connect to the laptop or computer to create an access point Wi-Fi, and Anchor option Bluetooth, the least used. 
The choice of portable Wi-Fi allows you to configure the Wi-Fi area añadirñe a network name, add a password and select security. Must revise the configuration of the Wi-Fi area to watch is protected for anyone without our consent can connect.

 

Mobile hotspots 
Now that we have seen how our device Android can share our data connection let an interesting option available from Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) for devices to be connected to a Wi-Fi access created by another Android device.

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If we connect to a wireless access point that applications can not consume data when in the background so as not to spend so much data rate of the other device. This option is in Settings> Wireless & networks> Using Data Connections. Once in "Using data" we just need to go to the menu and access points to select mobile access to Wi-Fi networks are shared by a mobile device to prevent applications from connecting to the Internet in the background. They could also display a warning if you are downloading large files.


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As a note, and stressing what mentioned at the beginning of the entry: 
 
"Let's do an explanatory post, not focused on any particular terminal" 
 
I never recommend using ROM Manager at all, many devices are not fully compatible, and can have a hard brick, at least I have experience with the motorola atrix where the process is somewhat different to what this post says. there are always alternatives to install the Recovery safe, you should always check if the ROM manager works 100 with your android. 
 
Good post, I've always thought that they could do more of these types of entries since android lends itself well to "romp".
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You must not be afraid, I initially had my doubts too. Eg install the ics cyanogenmod 9 and my phone does not even appear in the list of supported. 
 
Also considers that there is so much information that the end seems complicated and confusing one. Things are so simple: 
 
1-download from the google play an app, you do root, activate it for you to be root. 
 
2-downloads a Rom for S3 and also be downloading the file called gapps "which are the google apps" 
 
3-room and plays the gapps file to a folder on your smarphone, preferably SD. 
 
  4-like and your smarphone this rooteado when normal pressure off button appear a new option called: start in recovery mode. "Das ok, then with the low volume button down and wipe data function das ok ....." this function leaves the factory as a new smarphone "
 
Then do the same with the wipe cache ..... "you delete this account data, settings, etc." Finally, go to the INSTALL ZIP function, looking for the folder where the ROOM and give install. After you do the same but installing the gapps zip. Reboot and Done.
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