This guide will show you how to turn a smart phone into an active wireless network.
It’s important to note that this is not a wireless router or a wireless hotspot, so it will not work on your mobile hotspot.
This guide assumes that you already have a wireless phone that has a USB port.
The instructions in this guide will work on Android devices running KitKat and higher.
If you don’t have one, you can download one from Google Play.1.
Install the Android SDK to your phone’s SD card.
This will install the Android NDK to your SD card, which will then open a command prompt window.2.
Connect your phone to the computer using the USB cable.
You can either plug your phone directly into the computer’s USB port, or plug it into a USB-to-serial cable and plug it in the computer.3.
Connect the USB port of your phone using the PC’s USB- to serial cable.
This is the standard way to connect a phone to a PC.4.
Plug the USB to serial port of the phone into your PC.
Plug your phone in to your PC using the standard method.5.
Click on Settings, then Connect to Android.
This shows you the wireless network settings that are available on your phone.6.
Check the Wireless Network and check “Enable Wifi Network” under Advanced Wireless Network settings.7.
If everything looks good, click the Wifi network icon at the bottom of the screen.
You should see a message that says “WiFi Network Enabled”.
You can click “Continue”.8.
You’ll see a pop-up menu asking you whether or not you want to accept the terms and conditions of the Wi-Fi network.
Click “Accept” to continue.9.
You’re now done!
It’s possible to turn on the wireless feature on the phone and use it anywhere you’d like.
You could turn on a WiFi hotspot or a network of your own.
To turn on WiFi, go to Settings and select “Wifi.”10.
You now have the ability to use WiFi on your smartphone.