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Yes, it is possible. I have Ubuntu 11.04, NetworkManager 0.8.4, Android Nexus One phone running Cyanogenmod 7. As described by Roman, right-click on the NetworkManager icon and choose "Create new wireless network". I chose to leave the connection wide open (no WPA, no WEP). My phone was able to see the network right away and I connected without trouble. The ...


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Please check out this link and tell me if it's roughly what you're looking for. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WirelessAccessPoint If it looks like it is (or is close to) what you're looking for let me know. I'm interested in doing this myself, only with the slight modification of directing traffic through ppp0. Which is a tethered connection. ...


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First of all as we all know stock ROM of Android i.e. the one which comes with the phone does not support ad-hoc mode (surprisingly), and even Ice-Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) won't support ad-hoc mode. So, we need to create an access point using Ubuntu to which any android phone can easily connect. In Windows you can use Connectify to do that and it works ...


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I found a working solution to share my Internet connection with my phone via USB reverse tethering, but my laptop uses a wireless connection for it: Internet -> Wireless -> Laptop -> USB cable -> Android phone So if that would be possible for you, or if you have a second ethernet card for your pc, you should check out the 'Reverse Tether Trial' app from ...


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A working solution for me with USB Cable on Kubuntu 15.10 & Android 4.2.2 on a Samsung S3 mini was following Requirements Android busybox app installed USB cable to your computer USB Debugging enabled on your android device (to be able to adb from your pc) Computer In your /etc/network/interfaces you need to have these two lines otherwise you'll ...


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On the newest ubuntu : System Settings -> Network -> Wireless -> Use as hotspot -> Accept to disconnect if connected -> IPv4 Settings - Share to other computers-> Check out the options for changing the password/SSID and other more advanced things. And if then you should connect to the internet through ethernet port and share that connection. Source : ...


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First of all you should make sure, that your wifi adapter supports infrastructure hotspots. If you used connectify on your windows system and it worked, skip this step. open terminal and type: sudo lshw | less find -network section and make sure that driver is ath5k or ath9k, this solution will only work for those drivers, but should fit the needs for ...


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Assuming you also have a wireless card in your computer: In Network Manager, click the menu and 'Create New Wireless Network...'. Later, you would be to see the network in your Android.


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You can create a wireless network from your computers wifi menu. Right click on the wifi icon in the taskbar and click create new network. Fill out the options then connect to it from your phone. Make sure your computer is also connected to the wired network cable. The cable should be automatically bridged to the wireless from my understanding, and it should ...



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