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Make Your Android 2.2 A Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot

By Danish / August 15, 2013 / Technology 11

Wireless Internet users sometimes might have faced the difficulty in their connections  due to weather or other reason. If you have Android 2.2 with you, so your problem is solved. You can make your Android 2.2 a portable Wi-Fi hotspot by enabling the option installed in it. This unique feature in the Android 2.2 allows you to connect your iPad, iPod Touch, Zune HD or any other device , with the Wi-Fi connection activated in Android 2.2. The procedure of enabling the Wi-fi hotspot option is described below;

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Simply Go to the settings and select the Wireless & networks option. Now select the Tethering and Hotspot option and in the next option put a check on the Portable Wi-Fi option. To manage the settings of the hotspot select Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot Settings < Configure Wi-Fi Hotspot. Now input the Network SSID for your connection and then there will be two options provided to you, Open and WPA2 PSK. First option is simple but if you want to select the WPA2 PSK option then it will ask you to enter the password for the connection, once you entered the password, click the Save button and your Hotspot will be created and ready to use.

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You can enable or disable the connection from the checkbox option. Once the connection is enabled you can connect any of your device with the portable hotspot by configuring its wireless connection settings to the Network SSID of your Android device. This feature in the Android 2.2 is awesome which provides a great ability to connect other devices with its portable Wi-Fi hotspot.

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Via-Tech-recipes

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