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Im using a terminal-based environment, but connecting to the internet requires a browser-based authentication. Can I use my Android device as a work-around, connecting it to that WiFi and then establishing an "authentification-free hotspot" to use from my computer? My thoughts were:
Suppose I have an android phone can access internet through wifi-A.
I want my computer to connect to the internet, however it can't direct connect to wifi-A because the computer is using a terminal environment, it can't access to the browser based login system of that wifi.
Can I create a WiFi hotspot wifi-B using the phone, to share the internet with my computer? Note that the phone has internet access because it already connected to wifi-A.
In short, can I create a wifi hot spot using phone, but the phone has already connected to another wifi.