Question Tethering mobile without USB to laptop without wifi/bluetooth card ?

Jun 8, 2023
I have a Lenovo Ideapad running Windows 10 and a Samsung Galaxy. The Lenovo had no wifi/bluetooth card. Is it possible to create a hotspot and tether the mobile wifi to laptop without a USB tether ? Thanks
Check if your Samsung Galaxy supports mobile hotspot functionality. Most smartphones have this feature, but it's always good to double-check.

1. On your Samsung Galaxy, go to Settings and find the "Hotspot" or "Tethering" option. It might be under the "Connections" or "Network & Internet" section.
2. Enable the mobile hotspot feature. You usually do this by toggling the switch next to "Mobile Hotspot" or a similar option.
3. Configure the hotspot settings, such as the hotspot name (SSID) and password. Make sure to set a strong password to secure your hotspot.
4. The hotspot is enabled and configured, and it will start broadcasting its Wi-Fi signal.
5. On your Lenovo Ideapad, go to the Wi-Fi settings and you should see the hotspot network name (SSID) listed. Connect to it by entering the password you set on your phone.
6. Your Lenovo Ideapad should now be connected to the internet through your Samsung Galaxy's mobile hotspot.
Did you create this post with chargpt. I suspect the guy asking this knows how to setup his phone.
You missed the key reason he is asking the question. He says very clearly his laptop does not have wifi.
Then to make matters worse he want to do it without a USB tether. He has eliminated the only 2 methods the phone supports to run in hotspot mode.
So pretty much it can't be done with the equipment he has.