Firefox OS lets you share your data connection with other devices by creating a Wi-Fi hotspot or by tethering with a USB cable. This article will show you how to set that up.
This step only needs to be done once.
Other devices will now be able to find your hotspot by its name (default name is "FirefoxHotspot").
You can also share your data connection by connecting your device to a computer with a USB cable. This is called "tethering."
If you computer is not already connected to the internet it may automatically connect once USB tethering is on. If it doesn't, you may have to select "USB" or "Local Area Network" in your computer's network settings.
Make sure your Firefox OS device is in range of a cellular network and that your data connection is turned on.