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Easily share your Wi-Fi network with iPhones and iPads


If you have a Wi-Fi network that you share with others, at home, in the office, or elsewhere, there is a simple and easy way for others to connect to network without having to put in a lengthy and complicated one code.

To do this, you will need to create a QR code that can be scanned.

First you need to find the SSID and the key of your Wi-Fi network.

Then go to, type these items in the form you are given and click Create. You do not have to worry about your details as the whole process is done through it browser and not sent to anyone else server.

After that, your QR code is ready. You can export the print of the code and leave it somewhere where others can easily access it. Works great with the built-in QR code scanner iOS 13. All you have to do is turn on the camera and pass it over the password and then you will be able to connect to the network.

For devices Android not using it Android 10, things are a little more complicated and you may need to download a barcode scanner like Barcode Scanner or NeoReader.

For the small minority that already runs Android 10 on device (and camera application on some of her cell phones Samsung), not only has the ability to scan for Wi-Fi QR codes, but can also generate them.

This is definitely a very interesting feature.

For those who are very wary, however, the QiFi site explains how to create these QR codes without using a browser. Of course, as expected, the process is a bit more complicated.


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