How can I tether an Android to a PC via PDANet+ over Wi-Fi?

Tethering your Android phone to your PC using PDANet+ via Wi-Fi is easy. In this article, we are going to walk you through the steps, so you can use your Android's internet connection on your PC.

Please note, you need to have PDANet+ app installed on your Android. Click this link to download PDANet+ to your Android.

Step 1: Launch PDANet+ on your Android. To do this, open the PDANet+ app and put a check on Wi-Fi Direct Hotspot (new!).

Step 2: Download and install PDANet Desktop for PC in order to use PDANet+. You can go to download the PDANet Desktop for PC. If you need more help in installing PDANet+ or connecting to PDANet+ you can refer to this page:

Step 3: Make sure you have a Wi-Fi card installed on your PC and that it’s on.
Go to Network Connections (Windows key + X - select Network Connections) and click on Wi-Fi on the left-hand side. If your computer doesn’t have an internal Wi-Fi card, get an external Wi-Fi USB adapter and plug it into a USB port of your PC. Windows will install the appropriate drivers or you may be required to install them - just see the documentation that comes with the device. You may need to restart your PC before being able to use the external Wi-Fi USB adapter. 

Step 4: Click on the computer or Wi-Fi symbol in the lower right corner of the taskbar (systray). 

Step 5: Connect to the Wi-Fi network name and password as shown on the upper part of PDANet+. 

You can benefit more with Speedify if you will combine more connections. Learn more about adding connections by clicking this link.