Samsung Galaxy S6 can turn into a personal hotspot, a portable internet connection that can connect laptops, tablets and other devices to the Internet anywhere there’s a cellphone signal. To get started you need to make sure the Galaxy S6 is on an account with the personal hotspot feature enabled.
When you want to learn how to setup WiFi hotspot on Samsung Galaxy S6 , it’s only a couple of simple steps away. Follow these steps:
Step by step to set up WiFi Hotspot on Samsung Galaxy S6
Using your Samsung Galaxy S6 for wifi hotspot consists of three major steps: configuring your phone’s wireless hotspot, activating the hotspot so your phone will push a signal out, and connecting your devices to the newly-activated hotspot.
- Open Settings and then tap at the Settings gear button.
- Select More Settings > Mobile hotspot and tethering on your Android phone.
- Tap on the Mobile Hotspot and enable the toggle.
- You sees the name of the hotspot and it is password too.
- Finally you must configure your hotspot so you’re able to detect your other gadgets: select Allow all devices.
From the device that you want to connect with this newly setup hotspot:
- Go to Settings of this gadget, tap on WiFi.
- Connect to the hotspot connection and enter the password which you can see from your Galaxy S6 hotspot setup screen too.
You’ll be able to find out all of the connected devices from the Mobile Hotspot screen in your Galaxy S6.
Tips Tricks & Warnings
- Tethering will drain your battery quickly. You may want to keep your phone plugged into its charger while you’re tethering so it doesn’t die, and you’ll want to make sure you turn tethering off when you’re done using it.
- The data you use while tethering will count against your data plan. Be sure to watch your data usage carefully so you won’t be charged with overages by your cell phone carrier.
- Set a password! If your network doesn’t have a password, anyone within the network’s range will be able to connect and browse the web.