What's the first thing that guests inevitably ask after you've exchanged pleasantries? "What's your Wi-Fi password?" is typically the top inquiry, at least in my case. Since I like to have a secure, randomized, and long password, it can be quite a pain to share this with friends and family. Thankfully, I don't have to worry about this scenario anymore now that I've discovered just how easy it is to share my Wi-Fi network information and password with guests. Are you curious? Well then, read on.
How to share your Wi-Fi network information from a Samsung Galaxy phone
- Open the Settings app, or slide down to access the quick settings and tap on the gear icon.
- Tap on Connections.
- Tap on WI-Fi.
- Find your network, and tap on the gear icon next to it.
- Tap on the QR code icon at the bottom left of the screen.
- Hold up the QR code to allow your friend to scan it.
Now you know how to quickly and easily share your Wi-Fi network and login information with friends, family, and guests, without worrying about handing or texting your password information. Not only that, theyc an get a great speed boost over LTE if you've got one of the best wireless routers out there.
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