Tetrd — USB Tethering & Reverse Tethering (NoRoot)

One of the great advantages of the smartphone is that; thanks to its data rate; it allows you to constantly connect to the Internet . 

Tetrd — USB Tethering & Reverse Tethering (NoRoot)

Well, maybe it’s not that much of an advantage; at least in those situations where we need some privacy; but it is when we’re away from home with our laptop and we have to send an email or access a website. 

Solving it is as simple as starting a shared connection on the mobile and using it as a bridge to the computer. Now, not all smartphones bring this possibility as standard.

Perhaps the operator has blocked the “tethering” or the option to share the Internet of the phone; it can also happen that it does not work correctly. 

Or that we look for the opposite possibility; the so-called “reverse tethering”: access from the mobile to the data connection that the computer has. 

Well, both options are resolved at a stroke by a new application, Tetrd.

Tetrd is a simple tool that lets you share your internet connection via USB cable from your device to your PC and vice versa.

You can test it for three days for free! When your free trial expires, you can upgrade to Tether Pro for unlimited tethering; Reverse Tether Pro for unlimited reverse tethering; or Universal Tether Pro for a discounted pricing on both.

The complete solution for sharing cable Internet

Tetrd is a new Android application that is available in the Google Play Store to solve all the inconveniences that users have when it comes to sharing their data plan .

Once the application is installed; we can access normal “tethering” (sharing the Internet from the mobile to the computer) and also “reverse tethering” (from the computer to the phone).

In both cases, ROOT is not required: Tetrd works directly on Windows, Mac and Linux.

Of course, to share the Internet from a PC to Android you need to activate USB debugging on the phone. It is not something that involves complications.

Tetrd — USB Tethering & Reverse Tethering (NoRoot)

As we said; Tetrd solves most of the problems when it comes to sharing the Internet between two devices with a stroke of the pen. 

Simple interface, just install the server on the computer and the app on the mobile. 

Once connected by USB; all you have to do is choose the type of “tethering” that is needed: either normal or inverse . 

The app will channel the data in one direction or the other in order to provide the Internet to the device that lacks a connection. 

As is logical; and whenever what is shared is a data rate; it will be necessary to make sure that the operator allows sharing the megabytes and that there are enough gigabytes in the rate.

Accessing the computer via USB from the mobile phone is extremely practical for those who want to obtain the lowest possible latency when playing on the phone: in this way they can take advantage of cable connections and their advantages over mobile networks or Wifi. 

“Reverse tethering” is rare on Android, hence Tetrd’s biggest advantage.

To access the application; all you have to do is download it from the Google Play Store: it has no ads, but you do have purchases within the app. 

To make sure it works, Tetrd offers a three-day trial period ; after which you have to pay 6.49 euros for each “tethering” or 10.99 euros for both.

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