How to Make Your Android 4.2 Phone a Wi-Fi Hotspot

Author James Mash 6.5.2014. | 10:17
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  1. Locate the menu button. They look different depending on the phone. Some are little squares in a vertical line; others are a circle with little squares inside. Some are physical buttons on the phone, and some are part of the screen. It’s the main button that takes you to a list of applications.
  2. Once you push the menu button, search through the buttons until you find the “Settings” button.
  3. After you push the “Settings” button, click the button under the first section, “Wireless & Networks”, that says “More…”
  4. You should then see 4 options: “Airplane Mode”, “VPN”, “Tethering & Portable Hotspot” and “Mobile Networks”. Click “Tethering & Portable Hotspot”
  5. Your device is now a Wi-Fi hotspot, and all you need to do is take your 2nd device that you are trying to tether and do the following:
    • a. Open up the settings.
    • b. Find and select the “Wi-Fi” button.
    • c. Inside the Wi-Fi menu find the network name for your phone.
      • i. Note: If you cannot recognize your phone’s Wi-Fi network name, try looking at the “Tethering & Portable Hotspot” settings. The 2nd button from the top should say “Set up Wi-Fi hotspot”. Click that, and at the top it will display your phone’s network name and password.
      • ii. If you cannot see the password, click “show password” and it should appear. Note that you can change the password and network name at your discretion.

 

 

Author James Mash 6.5.2014. | 10:17
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