USB Tethering

How to Connect Your Jiofi Device To PC Using Through USB Tethering

We have already explained how to connect to your JioFi MiFi device using WiFi in our earlier posts. As you may already know, the JioFi device is a WiFi enabled Internet device capable of servicing WiFi enabled clients. We have also explained earlier

We have also explained earlier how to use an SD Card as a WiFi storage. The functionality of JioFi does not end there. You can also use the JioFi device in USB tethering mode simultaneously with WiFi. Interested? Read Along!

Also Read: How to Connect To Reliance JioNet WiFi Hotspot Using PC Android & iOS

Also Read: How to Find Our Your Jio Number from JioFi

JioFi USB Tethering via. USB Cable

Once you have configured your JioFi device for the internet, you can straightaway connect it to your PC as well. We tested the device with a Lenovo Ultrabook loaded with Windows 10. Once the device is connected to the PC using a USB cable, we were able to access the internet straight away. The icon on the bottom right-hand corner of your Windows PC taskbar will change to USB-connected internet connection and that’s all you need to do. See the screenshots below for your reference:

We tested the device with a Lenovo Ultrabook loaded with Windows 10. Once the device is connected to the PC using a USB cable, we were able to access the internet straight away. The icon on the bottom right-hand corner of your Windows PC taskbar will change to USB-connected internet connection and that’s all you need to do. See the screenshots below for your reference:

The icon on the bottom right-hand corner of your Windows PC taskbar will change to USB-connected internet connection and that’s all you need to do. See the screenshots below for your reference:

When you log in, into the Admin panel from the Web UI by accessing “http://jiofi.local.html/index.htm,” you will see that both the USB and the WiFi clients are being serviced by JioFi simultaneously. See below:

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The last device in the list above is the USB connected device, while the first and second devices are WiFi-connected clients. Do note that you can only connect 1 USB client for the internet access at a time, while the rest needs to connect via. WiFi.

Hope this was helpful. Do read our other articles on JioFi listed below. For any questions or comments, do let us know.Use the comment section below. Cheers!

  • Rajesh

    in my window 7 laptop USB Tethering is not working, in fact device is not getting detected, do i have to install any drivers/ software in my PC?

    • We could not locate any driver availability on the Jio Website. Did you try any other USB ports on your PC? Is it detected in device manager?

      • Gmbchary Gmbchary Ayancha

        check data cable too

      • Gmbchary Gmbchary Ayancha

        realtek ethernet controller driver need to

      • any one got any solution for same ?

        • Indrajit

          In Windows 7, if there is a legit driver available, it should automatically detect and download it, provided you are already connected to the internet.

          • yes got solution. It dont need any extra driver. Thank you @disqus_S6pPrOL6w1:disqus

    • Gmbchary Gmbchary Ayancha

      realtek ethernet controller driver need to

  • Rajesh MA

    Is there any driver for Windows XP. In my PC it’s not detected properly and USB tethering not working.

    • Indrajit

      Windows XP currently does not detect the device. Unfortunately, Drivers are not available either.

    • Gmbchary Gmbchary Ayancha

      my computer-manage-usb check once any yellow triangle?

    • Gmbchary Gmbchary Ayancha

      realtek ethernet controller driver need to..

    • Narendra Jain

      Even I tried connecting Reliance Jio dongle with my desktop having Windows XP. It could not get connected. Can you help me urgently?

  • Gmbchary Gmbchary Ayancha

    I USING THIS DEVICE ON MY PC.
    STEP1-CONNECT PC WITH ANOTHER NETWORK CONNECTION
    STEP2-THEN CONNECT JIO MOBILE ROOTER WITH DATA CABLE.
    STEP3-REQUIRED DRIVERS DOWNLOAD AUTOMATICLY.
    NO PASSWORD REQUIRED.
    ENJOY

    • Indrajit

      Which version of OS did you test this with?

      • Gmbchary Gmbchary Ayancha

        windows7

  • Gmbchary Gmbchary Ayancha

    windows7..but all you need i think system restore..b-coz usb ports in sleep mode

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