What is reverse tethering?
We all know what tethering is in an android phone. Tethering is one of the feature which makes possible to connect and access Internet in PC or laptop from mobile. Android gives this feature as an inbuilt over USB, WiFi and Over Bluetooth. Reverse tethering is just the opposite to this. Here we have a PC connected to Internet via LAN or unknown WiFi. With the reverse tethering, we can connect this PC to our android phone and access Internet there.
Here I am discussing how to reverse tether from a Linux PC (Ubuntu in my case) to an android phone.
What are ADB and Fastboot?
These two tools allow you to send terminal commands to your phone from your computer via USB. They both serve different functions, but they can be installed with relative ease at the same time, so it’s helpful to have both. Here’s a (very) brief breakdown on what these tools do:
In the last post I have written how to use an Android phone as a wifi IP camera. Now here I will discuss how we can stream the video using a python script.
An android phone can be converted to an WiFi IP camera very easily by installing some apps which are readily available over play store. When the app is switched on, we can stream the video in a browser of a client computer which is in the same network. Here in this post, I am mentioning a few such apps.