Here, is a quick tutorial to use Android as PC Wi-Fi card. If you want to connect to a wifi network, but your PC does not have a Wifi card, you can use Android phone as a temporary wifi card for your PC.
Basically, idea is to connect to wifi network from your Android phone, and then share that internet connection with your PC by connecting Android phone to PC with USB cable.
There are many apps that we have covered earlier that can easily achieve this, like Easy Tether Lite app for Android. For the purpose of this tutorial, we will use ClockworkMod Tether app to share Android’s internet connection to PC via USB cable. Your Android phone will work as a W-Fi card for your PC sharing the Wi-Fi internet with PC.
Steps To Use Android As PC Wi-Fi Card:
Step 1: Download and install ClockworkMod Tether app on your Android phone from Google Play Store.
Step 2: Now, download and install ClockworkMod Tether PC client on your Windows PC.
Step 3: Connect your Android phone on a Wi-Fi network and then connect your Android phone with computer via USB cable.
Step 4: Enable USB Debugging on your Android phone from Settings→Applications→Development→USB debugging.
Step 5: Launch the Android app and PC client.
Step 6: Tap on your Android screen to start sharing the connection.
Step 7: Click on the “start” button to start the PC client.
Step 8: After a while, you will see your PC will be able to use same internet connection that your Android phone is connected to. Your Android phone’s internet will be shared with your PC.
Also check out how to use Android phone as PC monitor.
ClockworkMod Tether app makes it easy to share Android’s internet with PC. Apart from it, you can also share your mobile internet using this app. Ultimately, the app shares the internet connection which is currently running on your Android; be it the Wi-Fi network or your mobile internet.
You can even turn your Android phone in a Wi-Fi router.