This article will show you how to configure USB modem under Windows 10 and share mobile data from your phone to access the Internet on other devices. tethering WiFi Tethering is typically meant to allow users to share mobile data with any Wi-Fi enabled device, including laptops. This is convenient when you have no way to access the internet connection.
That said, what happens if you have a desktop and you have no option to connect to ethernet, and that there is no problem? Wifi adapter to connect to a router. In a situation like this, you can use USB connection sharing. It is almost similar to the Wi-Fi modem, except that it works with the USB connection.
You can imagine that it looks like an Ethernet connection, but faster than the Wi-Fi modem and even Bluetooth sharing.
Set up USB connection sharing in Windows 10
The USB modem, like the Wi-Fi modem, is free unless your operator has blocked it. It is therefore best to clarify this with your operator. When finished, follow the steps to set up USB Connection Sharing on Windows 10.
- Connect your phone with Windows 10 using a USB cable.
- If you are asked to enable the file transfer feature, cancel it.
- In general, a prompt is available upon login, indicating "Connection sharing or active access point – Press to configure. " Tap on it.
- If there is no prompt, go to Settings> Network & Internet> Access Point & Connection Sharing> Enable / Disable USB modem.
The installation program will automatically create a new network card in Windows 10. The computer will be connected to the Internet via this connection. If you open the network settings in Windows 10, the situation will be as follows.
Make sure Wi-Fi on your phone is off. If connected to an existing network, the USB connection sharing will be disabled. If you see him as activated, the connection is successful.
Note: The location of Tethering may be different for each phone, especially on a custom operating system like those of RealMe, Redmi, Samsung or any other phone. However, they are bludgeoned with the Mobile Network and Data section.
Troubleshooting USB Connection Sharing in Windows 10
Windows uses Remote NDIS-based Internet Sharing Device network adapter to make possible the USB connection sharing under Windows 10. So, if this stops working for you all at once, check the following:
1) Basic control
- Wifi-enabled automatically
- USB cable disconnected
- Accidentally turned off the modem
2) Update the NDIS driver using the Device Manager.
- Use WIN + X + M to open the Device Manager.
- Expand the Network section and locate NDIS.
- Right-click and see if an update is available.
- If there is no update, then can manually search and locate RNDIS6 USB Adapter. Update it.
- Restart the PC.
We hope that you have been able to follow the instructions quickly and that you have successfully set up USB connection sharing on Windows 10.