If you want to share your smartphone data to your operating system (Windows 7,8,10).
It is very easy, supposed if your USB tethering is not working, so it can be exceedingly frustrating.
Though there are many ways to fix tethering issues with windows.
How to Fix USB Tethering Not Working
Step Number 1=> First, I will recommend you to Disable your System Wi-Fi,
The wireless connection can get in the way of USB tethering.
So try to disable Wi-Fi to see if it can fix your USB tethering with your computer problem.
Step Number 2=> You will need to make sure that if your USB cable is working and connected with a computer.
Step Number 3=> You may have three or 4 port of USB in your computer, so try a different one it may fix it.
Step Number 4=> I will recommend you to restart your operating system whether you are using PC,
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A laptop that might not be the solution for this, but it is surprising how often it can fix something.
Step Number 5=> Simply run your operating system troubleshooter that may not usually work great,
But when Windows troubleshooter does, it can save many headaches, it might fix your issues with USB tethering too.
- First, You will need to search for “Troubleshoot” in your system search box.
- Simply Wait until the windows troubleshot loads, After that click on the NetworkAdapter>Run the Troubleshooter.
- I will recommend you to follow the on-screen instructions to see if your USB tethering problems are resolved with this.
Step Number 6=> Yet if you are not done then you will need to update USB tethering driver to do that:
- In the Windows search box, you will need to Search for “Device Manager”.
- Scroll down until you see “Network Adapter” click on it.
- Simply right-click on the “Remote NDIS based Internet Sharing Device” option. and hit the “Properties” from the pop-up Menu in your Screen.
- You will need to select the “Drive” tag at the top of your screen, After that select, the Update drive => Search Automatically For Updated driver Software.
Step Number 7=> Simply you will need to change your APN Settings, The user of Android can fix windows tethering issues by changing their APN settings.
Scroll down and click on the “APN Type” option. After that input “Default, dun” then click on the “Ok” Button.
Step Number 8=> Suppose if none of the above works, So you will need to go for Wireless route.
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