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Is there any way to check who is connecting to my hotspot? I am using a rooted Samsung Galaxy SII.

I use the SII's tethering feature in: Settings > Wireless and network > Tethering and portable hotspot > Portable Wi-Fi hotspot settings > Portable Wi-Fi hotspot to create my hotspot.

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It depends what app you are using for your hotspot. Are you paying for the hotspot? Or are you rooted using the free tether app? More information please. –  Mr. Monkey Jan 20 '12 at 2:59
    
@Mr.Monkey: I've updated my question. See the 3rd paragraph. –  geffchang Jan 20 '12 at 3:33
    
maybe post a screenshot of the menu inside your tethering app? –  jlehenbauer May 23 '12 at 18:55

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As mentioned in a comment it really depends on what app you are using to provide tethering.

On the stock HTC tethering app there is a view called "Manage users" which lets you see a list of connected devices listed be resolved host name. Touching each device reveals its hardware address and currently assigned IP address.HTC tethering app - manage users

As far as I can recall it is the same for the stock Samsung G S2 (at least in this region - northern europe).

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There's nothing like this for Galaxy SII. I suppose I have to accept this as an answer, but I would appreciate it if somebody could recommend an app I could use for this purpose. –  geffchang Jan 26 '12 at 7:48

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