There are many ways to share your mobile connection with other devices, or perhaps the most popular to create a Wi-Fi access point. However, this approach has a major problem: how share a connection with a PC with no Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
If so, there is still a way to do it: sharing the Internet connection with a USB cable, the easiest, most powerful and profitable way to use Wi-Fi sharing with non-Wi-Fi, just like an old PC.
How to share a wireless connection to Android
Sharing your Internet connection over the Internet is as easy as sharing your phone. The main difficulty lies directly in it find the optionAs different layers of customization and Android versions tend to change and rearrange menus.
In pure Android, you'll find a menu in Android settings in that section Networks and Internet. Then come in Wi-Fi Sharing / Sharing Connectivity and finally the mark Share USB connection. The option can only be changed when the cell phone is connected to a USB cable to a compatible device, such as a PC.
Once this is done, both the cell phone and PC will be thinking for a while, preparing for a USB port. In Windows you will see a standard window to ask you if you want your PC to be visible in this network or not.
It is recommended that you use it a standard USB cable, to avoid connection, and that you do not move or touch the phone too much to block connection and reconnect, losing all connection at all times.
Optional: activated metered connection connection
If you are sharing a paid data connection, it is recommended that you refer to an operating system metered communication. On Windows you can do this at Settings> Network> Metered usage connection.
This option instructs the operating system not to use the connection as an unlimited free buffer, but to use only the data required. In this way, it will prevent Windows from downloading major updates system or otherwise, using all the gigabytes of your mobile data plan.