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Consider if am using WiFi hotspot(authenticated with password) for internet in my mobile.Is it possible to tether that connection to another device via any wifi,usb or blutooth?

Let me be clear for example:

I have a wifi modem through which i can access internet in my phone,now my question is now whether i can tether my mobile wifi / usb / bluetooth so that i can provide connection to another mob.(here internet source is wifi modem)

Is there a option ?also whenever i enable wifi portability,the current connection gets disconnected

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Yes, you can share your phone's WiFi connection which is connected via any wifi source to more phones, tablets and computers using Bluetooth so other devices can access internet. Here's how to share your Android phone's WiFi connection over Bluetooth.

Here is a clear explanation to share your wifi over Bluetooth.

http://www.androidpit.com/share-wifi-over-bluetooth

  • thanks @reachrk..i have editted for better understanding.. – utility Jun 4 '15 at 6:14
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    well, but if you have a connection which shares wifi then you can connect other device too using same wifi :-). why a longer path – reachrk Jun 4 '15 at 6:17
  • :) yes it is longer but my friends mobile is not authenticated to main wifi modem.. – utility Jun 4 '15 at 6:18
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The tethering option or hotspot is available only if you are connected to mobile data/carrier network. If you are already connected to wifi, enabling hotspot on your phone will disconnect you from the wifi. This is a limitation in all android phones.

  • thank you @bbh ,usb ,bluetooth tethering too get disconnected ? – utility Jun 4 '15 at 11:16
  • Tethering will not disconnect Bluetooth. But I am not sure about USB, but my guess is USB should not be disconnected. – bbh Jun 4 '15 at 11:36
  • so other mobile can access internet ? – utility Jun 4 '15 at 11:38

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