Re: How to use share my desktop internet on Android...
Ok that is pretty simple. You can search for connectify version 3.3 or lower on internet and install it on your computer. In sharing you can use your active internet connection(Datacard as you have it). Then finally start your hotspot(wifi access point) here you can turn on your phone's wifi and get connected to the same. Hope it helps. :)
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I also had the same problems in my laptop, but I had tried many ways, this problems couldn't be fixed. A friend told me maybe I need to reintalled the system. However, I didn't want to do. Finally, I tried to use other wifi software. A program named OSToto Hotspot can run. You can have a try! http://www.drivethelife.com/free-wifi-hotspot-creator.html
When you tether with your Android-powered smartphone, you can connect to the Internet on your computer from any location covered by your cellphone service provider's network. Tethering allows your phone to act as a modem for the computer. Tethering applications such as Tether for Android allow you to set up tethering without the need to root your phone. Before tethering, check with your cellphone service provider to determine how much data you are allowed to use without incurring data charges. Excessive use of the Android phone as a modem can cause you to exceed your allotted data.
Search the Android Market on your phone for a tethering application. Applications such as EasyTether and PdaNet are available to download for free. Download the application from the Market. Installation begins immediately after the download. When installation finishes, an icon for the tethering app is placed on the Android's expanded home screen. Open a Web browser on the computer and access the site specified in the tethering application's description in the Market. Download and install the USB drivers needed to tether from the site. When installation is finished, an icon for the tethering application is placed on the computer's desktop. Tap "Settings" on your Android phone, then tap "Applications." Tap "Development" and enable "USB Debugging." When the field turns green, it is enabled. Connect the phone to the computer with its USB cable. Launch the tethering application on the phone. Launch the application on the computer. Click the option to connect to the Internet in the home screen. When the connection is established, confirmation is displayed in the status window. Android 101: Tethering http://www.androidcentral.com/android-internet-tetherEasyTether shares your Android smartphone connection with your PC. http://www.mobile-stream.com/easytether/android.html
You can tether your droid to a computer with a USB cable to share internet connection, but verizon charges you a hefty price.
Fortunately, there are apps on the android market that also do the job.
Method 1: Tether Android with Apps that Need Root (Free, heavy configuration)
The Android Wi-Fi Tether application turns your phone into a Wi-Fi hotspot--essentially aMiFi--in one tap. The catch? You have to gain root access to your phone, a multi-step process that uses an unofficial Android add-on which can brick your phone if applied incorrectly. Rooting Android is doable for geeks and hackers with experience soft-modding hardware, but it's not something most users could (or should!) do.
Method 2: Tether Android with Proxoid (Free, no root required, some configuration
If you don't want to gain root but know enough to get around the command line and use proxy servers, the Proxoid Android app can tether your phone for free.
Method 3: Tether Android with PdaNet ($30, no root required, minimal configuration
Finally, the PdaNet Android application lets you tether Android using an app on the phone plus simple software you install on your computer
You may use the portable wifi hotspot in your phone to share its 3G Internet connection with your laptop. Go to Menu->Wi-Fi Hotspot.
I was also able to try it share internet connection with other Android phones. Hope this helps.