How to use your Android phone as WiFi Hotspot

Have you ever wondered if it’s possible for you to use your Android phone as WiFi hotspot? It’s possible and very easy to set up. This is certainly the right article for you if you wish to know how it’s done.

In this article, you will learn every step needed to be taken inorder to use your Android device as a WiFi hotspot. Doing this will make your own device the main source of internet connection for other phones, tablets or personal computers (PC’S).

Why use my phone as WiFi?

Sometimes, you happen to be in a situation where; this method of internet connection will be the best for you and your will feel totally screwed if you are ignorant of the steps to follow for a WiFi setup on your phone.

This might appear to be complicated to some people. However, it is very easy if carefully followed. Using your Android phone as WiFi will certainly make your battery drain faster. It is therefore, advisable to have plans for a portable charger while doing this.

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How to use your Android phone as WiFi

You first of all, need to turn on your “Hotspot”. Turning ‘ON’ your hotspot on the Android device depends on the type of phone you own as well as it’s version. While it always easy to draw down your screen and see the “hotspot”, some phones and devices lets you discover it in settings.

The likes of Tecno Pop 2 power, Tecno Camon 12, infinix Hot e.t.c makes it easier to locate their Hotspot as it can be seen in the drop-down menu of your Android phone. While the Samsung products make it a little harder by keeping the “Hotspot” in Connections > Mobile Hotspot and Tethering > Mobile Hotspot. On the other hand, LG products have it in Settings > Tethering.

Where ever the “Hotspot” of your phone has been hidden, once it’s located by you, all you have to do is turn it “ON” and it will be available for all other devices capable of connecting through WiFi. Once a computer user searches for available networks, yours will be seen and if you haven’t secured it with a password, connection can be done automatically.

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