Create WiFi hotspot in Windows 7 and share Internet With Android

Everyone has a modem with high speed but we also want high speed Internet in  our Android .
So here I explain you how can you share your PC Data with your Android .
Sharing your Windows internet connection via software has some security issuses.There are programs that can help you do it, but they’re often awkward to set up, and prone to complicated security and reliability issues, so i recommend  you don’t try any software for creating virtual hotspot in PC.

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But that could all be about to change, thanks to a new Windows 7 feature called Virtual Wi-Fi.
The idea is a simple one: the operating system can virtualise any compatible wireless adapter, to make it appear as though you’ve as many additional adapters as you need.
The effect is dramatic. Once it’s set up, then any Wi-Fi compatible device that can connect to you – another desktop, laptop, Phone,or an iPod Touch, say – will immediately be able to get online, by sharing your internet connection through a duplicate of your wireless adapter.
Getting this working isn’t too difficult, either, as long as you can get over the first hurdle: finding a virtual Wi-Fi-compatible driver for your wireless adapter.

Steps are below:

1. First thing you check is your wireless adapter is supporting hostednetwork or not.
 Open CMD  and type the following Command 

netsh wlan show drivers

if you see yes then forward to next steps.
2. If you’re in luck and manage to find and install an up-to-date Windows 7 driver for your adapter, then the next step is to set it up, and for that you’ll need an elevated command prompt. Click Start, type CMD, right-click the Cmd.exe link and select “Run as Administrator”.
Now type the following command:

netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow ssid=prophethacker key=prophethacker

and press [Enter]. Replace “prophethacker” with the name you’d like to use for your custom network, and “prophethacker” with a password that’s a little harder to guess.

3. Still at the command line, type

netsh wlan start hostednetwork

and press [Enter] to fire up the virtual adapter.

4. Now click Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Centre > Change Adapter Settings, right-click your internet connection that you wanna share it and select Properties. Click the Sharing tab, check “Allow other network users to connect…”, choose your virtual Wi-Fi adaptor – and that’s it. 

Any nearby Wi-Fi enabled device should see a new network appear with the SSID you defined above. They’ll be able to connect to it using your password, and can then immediately share your internet connection.

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