Android smartphone tethering setting screen
To perform USB tethering, you need to connect the device you want to connect to your smartphone with a USB cable. When you connect the device with a USB cable, the message "Please select 'Yes' when using USB for file transfer" is displayed.
When using Bluetooth tethering, enable Bluetooth on both the smartphone and the device you want to connect to. In that state, search for a connectable Bluetooth device on the smartphone side, and when you find the target device, perform "pairing". The "Pair setting" screen will also appear on the device to be connected, so pairing will be completed when the setting is completed.
Actually, tethering rules vary by mobile carrier, so you may have to enter the tethering option. There are free and paid options, and even with the same carrier, the treatment may differ depending on the plan, so it is necessary to carefully investigate before using it.
Below, let's introduce what to do when Wi-Fi tethering, USB tethering, and Bluetooth tethering are not possible.
There are three ways to deal with when Wi-Fi tethering is not possible.
It is said that tethering may be possible by turning off the Wi-Fi of the device that receives radio waves by tethering (the side that connects to the smartphone) and connecting it again.
In addition, if the APN (Access Point Name) settings on the smartphone side are not correct, the smartphone may not be able to connect to the network, so it is good to check the APN settings as well.
If USB tethering does not work, the following three points are listed.
Among the three types of tethering, USB is the only wired tethering. Therefore, the first thing that should be suspected as the reason why USB tethering does not work well is the problem of contact of cables.
Try a different cable, or try a different device to connect to.
In addition, it is said that it is also effective to disable the Wi-Fi connection once on the terminal on the connecting side. If Wi-Fi connection and USB tethering connection are mixed, it may be possible to connect by using only USB.
If Bluetooth tethering does not work, the following three points are listed. It's best to try them from top to bottom.
When Bluetooth devices such as headphones that you use on a daily basis are connected, the connection may be hindered, so if Bluetooth tethering is not working, check for other Bluetooth devices nearby. Good.
Also, since Bluetooth connections are based on the assumption that devices are close to each other, communication may not be established if the devices are placed too far apart.
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