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Turn your Samsung Galaxy Note II, s3 or s4 into a wifi hotspot to share internet with your laptop wirelessly

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I rooted my phone but when I start it says started with errors please check log

When I click log it says no log exists. It does not show up or down speeds or show a network on my PC in net connections to connect to.


Rooting your device is a difficult and time intensive process. If you can not find a solution in the updated guide here, it's possible that you'll need to restore to factory settings, and then root again. Since you don't mention what model of phone you have, we can't directly provide the link to the specific instructions, but suggest that you search on VisiHow (top right corner of your screen) for "root Samsung" or "reset Samsung" to find the article with exact method for your restoring or rooting your device.

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I have Note3 and I can't connect my phone using USB hotspot?

My phone do not have tethering and portable hotspot so what can I do?


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