When an Android phone like Asus, Huawei, Samsung, Xiaomi, etc. is connected to Windows 10 PC to be used as a modem using USB Tethering, the work of Windows 10 is lag and freeze in opening the Network & Sharing Center and running other applications. This problem is generally caused by Windows 10 choosing the old version of RNDIS driver by default.
So, how to make Windows 10 reasonable when tethering an internet connection with an Android Phone?
- Connect an Android Phone to your Windows 10 computer.
- Turn on USB Tethering on your phone.
- Open Device Manager.
- Go to Network Adapters.
- Right-click Remote NDIS based Internet Sharing Device and select Update.
- Choose Browse my Computer for driver software.
- Select Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.
- Uncheck show compatible hardware.
- In the manufacturer section, select Microsoft.
- Choose the Remote NDIS Compatible Device model and click Next.