I have a Samsung Galaxy Nexus (Verizon, rooted/unlocked). I'm trying to share the connection from my laptop to the Galaxy Nexus (i.e., so the Galaxy Nexus can utilize the connection I have on my laptop). Can you help?
1) My device is rooted and unlocked (using wug). I have the SuperUser application on my phone and 2 apps have been granted permissions so I'm fairly sure I'm actually rooted (is it possible I'm not?).
2) I'm in USB debug mode
3) Running ICS, 4.0.4
1) Android doesn't detect ad-hoc networks, apparently, or at least the Galaxy Nexus doesn't
2) Neither of the programs I found to address the issue seem to work with the Verizon Galaxy Nexus (even if rooted/unlocked)
For the Reverse Tether App, I get "Failed: Device not rooted or Permission denied"
For the Android Reverse Tethering 2.30, I can connect to my phone, but I'm stuck at "Check Superuser: NO RIGHT" it's certainly not a timeout issue, and as I said above, I'm fairly certain the device is rooted.
Thanks for your help...perhaps it's simply impossible, but it makes me sad.