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Is there a way to share an Internet connection from PC (wlan0 interface) with an Android Phone connected through USB (usb0 interface with usb-tethering)? I guess it's possible with squid, but I don't know anything about squid. I'm using froyo & Ubuntu 11.04 so please guide me.

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Can your phone tether with you Android? If so, you can access the wi-fi from your phone. It should be in the settings, networking/wireless.

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You can share and there are apps also but for that u need rooted android device…. Try this site, it may help.http://mobotalks.com/android/how-to-use-pc-internet-on-android-phone-via-usb-cable-ultimate-guide/

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