Tethering is a process of sharing your phone’s data connection with other devices. Tethering is the opposite process of reverse tethering.
Remember that there are three types of tethering on Android, and they are:
In this post, we’ll see WiFi tethering in detail.
WiFi tethering (also known as “Mobile hotspot”) makes your phone act as a portable WiFi hotspot.
WiFi tethering drains the phone’s battery faster. However, it has a faster connection speed while compared to Bluetooth tethering.
Also, note that in this instance, I’m using Android Pie. With that said, let’s see the steps.
Open Settings app.
Tap Network & Internet > Hotspot & tethering > Wi-Fi hotspot.
Tap the toggle at the top.
That’s all. Now, you can connect your other device(s) to the WiFi hotspot to get internet access.
Go to “Wi-Fi hotspot” using above mentioned steps, and change the hotspot name, password, and other settings if you wish.
If you want to turn off WiFi hotspot, then use the above steps.
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