How To Share Android Phone VPN Connection With PC or Mobile phones

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Its necessary that we enlighting you guys on how one can share a VPN connection via WIfi hotspot or USB tethering, ordinarily its not possible to share a VPN connection on android phones unless you are to do so via Bluetooth tethering and we all know that connections share via Bluetooth can be a bit slow and unsteady, so on this post we will share with you a simple out of the box tweak on how to share android phone VPN connection via wifi hotspot or USB tethering, so Read on.

First, what is a VPN?, VPN simple means Virtual Private  Network, as the name suggests VPN encrypts one’s internet connection, making it private, with VPN, you can mask your internet connection and stay private while surfing your favorite websites, VPN also unblocks restricted websites or social networks since you can mask your connection its easier to access any site, one of the things I like about VPNs is the speed, with a well-coded VPNs you can enhance the browsing speed of your internet connection, and not forget that most of the free browsing cheats are powered by one VPN or the other, so to enjoy those cheats to the maximum, we might need to share those VPN powered connections to our other android phones or PC via the superspeed wifi hotspot or battery friendly USB tethering, so lets take a look at how to do so already.

How To share Android phone VPN connection With or without Root

We are to share with you simply out of the box method on how to share Android phone VPN connection, these methods consist of those that require root access to work out well and those that require no root. whichever category you are on we got you covered.

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How to share Android phone VPN connection with PDA net

This method requires no root access, that’s to say that non-rooted android phones can share/ tether their VPN connection hassle-free, however, this method goes well when you want to share your VPN connection with a pc via USB Tethering, WIFI hotspot or Bluetooth, following the instructions below to get going

  1. Download and install premium version PDANet+ for your Android device from here.
  2. Download and install pdanet.exe file for PC here
  3. Ensure your Hotspot is switched off.
  4. Run the installed PDANet+ app on your Android. Launch the PDANet+.apk on your Android, there are three options:
    • USB Tether
    • Bluetooth Server
    • Wifi Hotspot

Using PDAnet+ to share android phone Vpn connection Via USB tethering

  1. Ensure USB debugging is enabled on your Android (from the “Developer Options”).
  2. Tap and Activate the “USB Tether” option for best reliability and connect your USB cable to the PC
  3. Install the PDANet+ for PC (if not already installed) and confirm that it is connected to the phone.
  4. Open the PDANet+ menu from the notification bar of your Windows and click on “Connect Internet (USB)”.
  5. It will verify and authenticate your connection automatically and you will be connected via USB.
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How To Share an Android VPN Connection with PDAnet Via wifi Hotspot

To Share an Android VPN Connection via Pdanet using Wifi hotspot, you will need to purchase the premium Version of PDAnet, with the version you can share your VPN connection with your pc..

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Features of Pdanet

  • it requires no root Access
  • it  works only for tethering VPN connections to a pc
  • you will install the app both on your android phone and PC
  • Wifi tethering requires a premium account

How To Share an Android VPN Connection Via Tethernet 

Tethernet is another great app to share your VPN powered connection with another phone or pc, with tethernet you can share this connection either via a USB tethering or WiFi hotspot, however, your device needs to be rooted for Tethernet to work swiftly, adhere to the instructions below  To Share an Android VPN Connection Via Tethernet.

  • Download and install Tethernet android app from here
  • Launch the Tethernet app and grant it root access
  • Now connect your VPN, if not connected already
  • On your mobile phone hotspot or USB tethering
  • Return to Tethernet app and click on share via Wifi Hotspot, for Wifi connection
  • Or click on Share via USB tethering, to share via Bluetooth
  • Now connect the other phone, or pc to your hotspot and enjoy the connection
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Features of Tethernet

  • It requires  Root Access to run
  • it tethers your phones VPN connection through wifi hotspot and USB Tethering
  • it doesn’t require the installation of the app on both devices
  • it can tether your VPN connection to any device, be it smartphones or PC.

How To Share Android phone VPN Connection via DF Tethering Fix app

DF Tethering Fix app is another great tool to tether android phone VPN connection, this app equally requires root access, with a simple user interface, the app, to share your VPN connection with this app follow the instructions below

  • Download the DF Tethering Fix app from here
  • install the app
  • launch and give root permissions
  • connect your VPN, go to your phone settings and enable tethering
  • now return to DF tethering fix and Click on fix Tethering
  • that’s all, enjoy the connection

Features of DF Tethering Fix

  • requires root access
  • no special configurations
  • it doesn’t require the installation of the app on both devices

That’s all guys, hope I did a little justice to this topic, With any of the options above sharing your vpn powered connection becomes easier, note that most of these apps requires root access to work, you can read his detailed guide on how you can root any Android smartphone without  pc

Do well to share with us any other tethering app you might be making use of, that is not listed here.

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