Tethering is the act of sharing data between one device and the other. Through tethering, you can connect your device to the internet. Of all the tethering methods, USB tethering happens to be the fastest one of them all, but it also brings some problems such as it sucks a lot of power current from your computer's USB port, which can create a problem.
In this article, we will show you how to fix the USB tethering issue in different ways.
Tethering your phone on Windows 10 is easy, just follow these three steps below:
*Do note that tethering in some phones is located under Hotspots or Data categories.
Tap the USB tethering setting to check
If you use a wireless network the network will connect automatically
If you see that is has been Enabled then it means the action has been successful and you can now access the internet
If USB tethering is no longer functioning on Windows it may be for one of these reasons
To correct any of these you will have to replace the driver either automatically or manually. Doing it automatically is easy through a third party application. In this section, we will show you how to do it yourself manually.
Besides replacing built-in drivers manually you can also do it automatically by downloading a third party driver installer. The third-party installer will scan the web for compatible drivers and install them for you. Through a manual or an automatic method your USB tethering should work again.