PinoyShare
Hello Guest ! Welcome to PinoyShare Forum

An Exclusive Mobile and PC Chat community , You can share files,information and start a discussion

Also Register Now to be able to download Games,Movie,TV Shows, Free Internet, VPN User and More
Log in
Search
Display results as :
Advanced Search
Top posting users this week
Who is online?
In total there is 1 user online :: 0 Registered, 0 Hidden and 1 Guest

None

View the whole list

Similar Topics


Share
View previous topicGo downView next topic
avatar
Apprentice
Apprentice
Posts : 14
P-Cash P-Cash : 1211
Reputation : 1
Join date : 2016-04-14
View user profile

ANY VPN CONNECT TO PC smile emoticon READ NYO NALANG GUYS NEED LANG DITO NG BRAIN.APK

on Thu Apr 14, 2016 10:17 pm
PDANET FOR PC

Download link : mediafire.com ?8ie219k1rtedkpr

PDANET FOR CP

Donwload link : mediafire.com ?2vrt4xyaxgf8yxn

INSTALL NYO PAREHAS YAN
smile emoticon

Tethering with PdaNet: An Overview

PdaNet is a free app (available for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, and other mobile platforms) that you can use to turn your smartphone into a modem for your laptop. Tethering capabilities mean you'll never have to worry about finding a wi-fi hotspot or be in range of a wireless access point -- as long as you have cellular data coverage (3G/4G), you'll be able to work online on your laptop wherever you are.

Tether Your Android Phone to a Windows or Mac Computer

To use the PdaNet app for tethering your Android phone, you need to install the app on both your Android phone (download it from Android Market) and also install the software on the Windows computer (Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 -- 32-bit and 64-bit versions available) or Mac OS X (10.5+) computer you want to go online from using your cell phone as the modem.

Step 3: Download PdaNet to Your Android Smartphone

After installing the PdaNet software for your Windows or Mac laptop/computer, you'll need the app on your Android smartphone. Search for "PdaNet" (not case-sensitive, actually) in the Android Market, and install the app (made by June Fabrics Technology Inc.).

Next: Connect Your Android phone via USB or Bluetooth

Step 4: Connect Your Android Phone to Your Computer to Share the Internet Connection

Once the software has been installed on both your Android phone and your laptop, you can share your phone's Internet connection with your computer. To connect over USB:

Go to the PdaNet app on your smartphone and select "Enable USB Tether," then use the USB cable to connect the device to your laptop.
You'll get a pop-up window on the laptop that you can click to connect the phone to PdaNet.

You may also or alternately have to click on the PdaNet icon in your taskbar, and select "Connect Internet."
To connect via Bluetooth, the steps are pretty much the same, except you will select "Enable Bluetooth DUN" in the Android app and pair your Android phone with your laptop via Bluetooth rather than via the USB cable.

You should then see the joyful "Connected!" notification on your laptop and be able to surf the Web (albeit not that fast) using your
View previous topicBack to topView next topic
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum