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How to share my Samsung Galaxy Nexus Internet connection with a computer

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Galaxy Nexus™ (4.0.1)

1. Connect the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to the computer using the USB cable.

Tethering lets you share the Internet connection from your Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a computer. Please note that you'll be using data from your mobile service and charges may apply.
In this example, we've used a Windows® 7 computer.

Note: in step 8, we've selected Home network because we know and trust both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the computer.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

2. Touch Applications.

Tethering lets you share the Internet connection from your Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a computer. Please note that you'll be using data from your mobile service and charges may apply.
In this example, we've used a Windows® 7 computer.

Note: in step 8, we've selected Home network because we know and trust both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the computer.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

3. Scroll to and touch Settings.

Tethering lets you share the Internet connection from your Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a computer. Please note that you'll be using data from your mobile service and charges may apply.
In this example, we've used a Windows® 7 computer.

Note: in step 8, we've selected Home network because we know and trust both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the computer.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

4. Touch More.

Tethering lets you share the Internet connection from your Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a computer. Please note that you'll be using data from your mobile service and charges may apply.
In this example, we've used a Windows® 7 computer.

Note: in step 8, we've selected Home network because we know and trust both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the computer.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

5. Touch Tethering & portable hotspot.

Tethering lets you share the Internet connection from your Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a computer. Please note that you'll be using data from your mobile service and charges may apply.
In this example, we've used a Windows® 7 computer.

Note: in step 8, we've selected Home network because we know and trust both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the computer.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

6. Touch USB tethering.

Tethering lets you share the Internet connection from your Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a computer. Please note that you'll be using data from your mobile service and charges may apply.
In this example, we've used a Windows® 7 computer.

Note: in step 8, we've selected Home network because we know and trust both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the computer.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

7. The phone is now tethered.

Tethering lets you share the Internet connection from your Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a computer. Please note that you'll be using data from your mobile service and charges may apply.
In this example, we've used a Windows® 7 computer.

Note: in step 8, we've selected Home network because we know and trust both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the computer.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

8. On the computer, wait for the device drivers to install then click Home network.

Tethering lets you share the Internet connection from your Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a computer. Please note that you'll be using data from your mobile service and charges may apply.
In this example, we've used a Windows® 7 computer.

Note: in step 8, we've selected Home network because we know and trust both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the computer.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

9. Wait while the computer automatically applies the settings and connects to the network.

Tethering lets you share the Internet connection from your Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a computer. Please note that you'll be using data from your mobile service and charges may apply.
In this example, we've used a Windows® 7 computer.

Note: in step 8, we've selected Home network because we know and trust both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the computer.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

10. Setup is complete. Click Close.

Tethering lets you share the Internet connection from your Samsung Galaxy Nexus with a computer. Please note that you'll be using data from your mobile service and charges may apply.
In this example, we've used a Windows® 7 computer.

Note: in step 8, we've selected Home network because we know and trust both the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and the computer.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

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