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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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WiFi hotspot Galaxy Note3 not connecting to PS3?

When I run the connection test between PS3 & SGS3 it fails at obtaining the IP address

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Consider downloading the FoxFi application. It would appear that some carriers are blocking consoles from connecting to mobile hotspots, and FoxFi can offer a decent workaround. The process for setting up a hotspot with FoxFi is just like this one.

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You can find the app here: Play Store Link.

How do I connect my Galaxy S4 to my cable ADSL on my laptop?

I have cable ADSL internet connection and I want to connect my Galaxy S4 to that CABLE connection

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