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Tutorial: How to make your smartphone an internet hotspot

From Android 2.2 Froyo you can configure your device so that it shares the internet of your plan with other devices. Today I will show you how to turn your phone into a Wi-Fi hotspot.


Through the process called Tethering, you can share Wi-Fi from your smart. Here's how he made it:

1. In Settings you must click on More in Wireless and other networks;

2. Then click Portable and fixed access point.

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<p><strong>3</strong> In the next menu, check the Portable Wi-Fi hotspot option;</p>
<p><strong>4</strong> Now the hotspot should be set up. Click Config. Port Access Point Wi-Fi. A window will open, where you can name your network, plus a password of at least eight characters. In Security, the WPA2 PSK default setting may remain;</p>
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Finally, you can connect the second device (smartphone, tablet, laptop) with your Wi-Fi hotspot. The given name helps you find the network, and the password must be entered on the other device (note the upper case). ).

When you're done using it, turn off the battery saver feature. In addition, the data exchange volume will naturally be increased with action, so be careful not to reach the limit.

And if you have a device running Android 2.1 or lower, you can still use apps like PDANet or Easy Tether for the same function.

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