However using a VPN gateway any tethered traffic will always be going through the VPN, so unless your mobile provider blocks the use of VPN's they will never know your tethering. Please note: you need some knowledge of networking and using a rooted Android device to follow this tutorial, i have tried to make it as easy as possible to follow, however it will be a lot easier if you have some background knowledge. A rooted Android deviceA VPN server running either at home (free) or on a server somewhere on the internet.
How to root your Android device and setup a VPN sever is simply beyond the scope of this tutorial, however its very easy to setup a VPN server with the OpenVPN Virtual Appliance.
As for rooting your phone, find the forum section for your mobile device on XDA Developers and you should find various tutorials on how to root the Android Mobile device you own.
Now open the Android Terminal Emulator, this can also be downloaded from Google Play if its not present on your device.
These interfaces should have the same name on all modern Android devices, however double check.
Tip: copy and paste the above in to the Terminal Emulator to saver you typing it out line by line on your phone and possibly making mistakes. That basically it for the configuration on your phone, the changes will however be lost when the phone is reset. An easy way to do this is with Root Explorer which can be downloaded on the Google Play Store, this is a paid for app, however very useful to have on your device. The only configuration you need to do on your client devices is set the DNS server to point to the DNS server on the network you have connected to with your VPN, this would basically be the IP address of your home router unless you have another device configured for DNS queries on your network. There you go, hopefully you have now leaned how to turn your Android device in to an OpenVPN gateway, allowing tethering even if your mobile provider blocks. I'm not totally sure what you are asking, however if you do this all your internet traffic will go though the VPN.

I'm not totally sure if this will work with tunnelbear, if you know the IP address of the server you are connected to on tunnelbear try setting that as your DNS server. If you can open Terminal Emulator on your android device and screenshot the results of the netcfg command (When connected to the VPN) I might be able to try help you more. The fastest and easiest way to synchronize Android and Windows versions of EssentialPIM is via Wi-Fi.
If for some reason you are unable to use a Wi-Fi connection, consider using one of the above mentioned methods. Next step is to ensure that your firewall allows Windows version of EssentialPIM to accept inbound traffic from the Internet. All preparations are done, please return to Android version of EssentialPIM and tap on PC Sync, Menu -> Connect manually. When this option is used, a private Wi-Fi network will be created in between your PC and the Android device. By blocking tethering I mean only allowing you to use your data allowance on the phone, not on a tablet, laptop, pc or any other device. Presuming you are able to connect to a VPN on your mobile device, which you should be able to. You can basically download a pre-configured Virtual Machine for Microsoft's Hyper-V or VmWare ESXI, answer a few questions when the Virtual Machine launches and have secure a VPN server up and running on your network in a matter of minutes. Maybe save it as a txt file on your phones SD card and copy and paste from that, as i have done below. This will basically run the IP tables commands again when the phone boots, saving you from doing so manually. I have no idea how to make Android hand out the correct DNS server unfortunately, were basically playing with two separate things not designed to work together and making them place nice with a bit of trickery.

The additional bonus is you can access services and network shares on your home network using your laptop, even when away from home.
I've followed your step-by-step instructions and at the end I have my windows laptod connected via wifi to my android device, which is running a VPN (tunnelbear) and offering a hot spot. Although, synchronization can also be performed through other connection means like a USB cable, Bluetooth, cellular networks and portable Wi-Fi hotspot. Please consult with your router’s documentation about how to do that or contact our customer support team. Enter the external IP address you noted earlier, change the port number (if needed) and click on Connect. You can turn your Android mobile device in to a VPN gateway, which will send any tethered traffic through the VPN.
Internet connection on laptot seems allright, I even see some sent and received packets, but I have no Internet access from any browser.
If you have synchronized previously, click on Tools -> Options, Synchronization and choose your device.
The reason been is Windows like to send internet traffic as your connecting to a wireless network, my mobile provider detects this traffic and blocks my internet access on the phone before I even have time to connect to a VPN on the Windows mobile device.

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