Unlimited USB Tethering with Ubuntu and Clockwork Tethering Android 2017

Unlimited USB Tethering with Ubuntu and Clockwork Tethering Android 2017

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In this video I will explain how to use the Clockwork Tether Mod for Android to work on Ubuntu, Zorin, Linux Ment, Or just plain Debian. No root needed to do this. First Step is you need to make sure you have these follwing packages already installed on your pc. OpenSSL libssl-dev build-essential Once you have those packages installed then you can proceed with compiling the tether client. First Open a terminal So now that you are in Terminal and in the "node" folder (or directory) simply type: ./configure After which it will do a bunch of stuff. When it is done then type: make After it is done you can exit the terminal. Now go back to the main folder "Tether" and open up terminal again and type: sudo linux/run.sh Note: Before doing this step make sure that the app is running on your phone and that the phone is connected to the computer via USB That's it folks. The program starts running in terminal and you are tethered to your phone. Make sure you minimize (rather than close) the terminal window. To make a Shortcut to launch on your desktop go to terminal and type: nano ~/Desktop/tether.sh then put this in the tether.sh file: cd WHEREVERYOURTETHERFOLDERIS sudo linux/run.sh Then you have to make the sh file on your desktop executable, so right click on it and go to properties, then go to the permissions tab and click the radio box at the bottom. now you can just double click the file, and click run in terminal. It should ask you your password then work like normal hope that helps people. For affordable Website Hosting and Cheap Domains check us out at http://www.joshwho-hosting.net

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