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Share WiFi in Android 10 with QR code


Android 10 users can share the WiFi access and password using a QR code. That’s how it’s done.

Many current mobile phone tariffs contain quite large data packets. You can also share the internet connection with family or friends on the go. However, if you have chosen a secure password for the WiFi share, sharing the access data is often quite cumbersome. Either you dictate the password character by character or you write it down for your WLAN guests.

Android 10 allows you to share a WiFi or internet connection using a QR code.

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Android 10 allows you to share a WiFi or internet connection using a QR code.

Android 10 offers you an interesting alternative here: You can share the WiFi access and password using a QR code. You can find this in the settings under “Network & Internet -› WLAN – ›Hotspot and Tethering -› WLAN Hotspot ”. In this menu, tap the QR code symbol to the right of the WLAN name and a QR code including the WLAN password will appear. The other party now only needs an app that converts the QR code into a WiFi connection. For example, the free app

                        
                                                                                                                                        FRITZ! App WLAN
                                            the required function is integrated in the standard. In Android 10, you can add the new WLAN directly via “Network & Internet -› WLAN “and” + Add WLAN “using the QR code.

To set up the new WLAN, simply scan the QR code, no further login data is required.

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To set up the new WLAN, simply scan the QR code, no further login data is required.

With Android 10, you can not only share the hotspot that your smartphone provides using a QR code, but also a WLAN that the smartphone is currently connected to. The corresponding function can be found in the settings under “Network & Internet -› WLAN “. Simply tap on the settings next to the WiFi name and generate the QR code using the “Share” button.

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