In a normal situation, you can use WiFi Hotspot to share your device’s Internet connection with other devices. But, what if your device is already connected to a WiFi network? For example, if you are at an airport or cafe with WiFi access for only one device and you want to share internet from this device to another?

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In our previous articles, we’ve talked about how to turn a desktop computer into a WiFi hotspot. So, here we’ll explain for Android Devices. Android devices and smartphones can’t act as WiFi repeaters, but with the help of some geeks, you can turn your phone into a WiFi hotspot even without Root Access. Let’s find out how?

How To Make Your Phone A WiFi Hotspot (NO ROOT)

With the “NetShare-NoRroot-Tethering” Android app, you can connect to WiFi and share it with other devices without needing Root Access. This app works with PS4, Mac, Windows, Android, and iOS. Let’s look at Windows OS and Android Phone one at a time in this article. Here are some simple steps, or would you rather watch a live tutorial? Here it is:

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1. Share To Desktop Computer (Windows OS):

Step 1: First, download and install NetShare-no-root-tethering from the Google Play Store on the Android device from which you want to share Internet.

Step 2: On the landing page, click “Share WiFi Hotspot Network”, and connect other devices to the hotspot created by this app using the “Network Name” and “Network Password” given. Now both of the devices are on the same network.

Step 3: In your Windows operating system, navigate to the WiFi icon on the tray bar and connect to the network this app made. Now you need to change the network proxy settings. To do this, open Control Panel and go to “Internet Options.”

Step 4: Go to “Connections” –> “Lan Settings” in the “Internet Properties” window. In Lan Settings, just enter the “NetShare” app’s IP address and port. Click OK.

All Done!!!

2. Share To Android Device:

If you want to connect another Android device to the Internet, all you have to do is install the “NetShare-no-root-tethering” app. Now, use the Network Name and Password to connect this device to the Hotspot Network that the provider set up. Once you’re done, you can just open this app on your Android device, and it will tell you that you’re “connected.” All Done.

NOTE: There are some limits on the free version of this app. After 10 minutes, it won’t work anymore. To use it again, you’ll have to create a Network Workgroup again, or you can buy it to get rid of this limit.

In this video, we are gonna show you how to share wifi from phone to phone on Android phone using NetShare app:

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