If you're planning to go out on a vacation to a place where a Wi-Fi connection seems impossible, tethering will be your key to keep your other devices hooked up to the online world. Tethering is the ability to share your mobile phone's cellular data connection with other devices. This neat feature, however useful, requires additional data connection and relatively increases your phone's monthly bill.
If your mobile phone can't share its Internet connectivity, why not reverse the process instead? Developers from XDA Developers have come up with a solution to share the broadband connection of your PC to your mobile phone. Although it's currently running as beta with a few bugs, the software can be used to browse the Internet on your mobile phone.
This guide will only work if you have rooted your device and with a Windows PC. We will not be liable for any damages arising from your use of this guide. Use the presented information at your own risk.
Remember that the tool is still beta software, so expect a lot of kinks and bugs. You can surf using Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, or Dolphin Browser, although Google Chrome complains of not having an Internet connection even though it works. Ping and low-level ICMP packets don't seem to work either. Searching on the Android Market works, but at the moment, it is not yet possible to download and install apps from the Android Market.
Congratulations! You have successfully reverse-tethered your Android phone to your PC.