Enable portable hotspot on Galaxy A20 and be able to share your mobile data service to other devices anywhere. To do so, your Samsung device should have sufficient mobile data plan and the Wi-Fi feature must be turned on in both devices. This hotspot feature is quite relevant especially in an area where home internet services are not available.
How to Enable Portable Hotspot on Galaxy A20
To set up and turn on WiFi hotspot on your Samsung Galaxy A20 device, follow these steps:
- Navigate to Settings.
- Tap Connections.
- Go to Mobile Hotspot and Tethering.
- Select Mobile Hotspot and toggle the switch on next to this option.
If you want to block someone from using your mobile hotspot, change the default security to WPA2 PSK then enter a strong password. Don’t forget to save the changes made.
Then check if the other device can connect to your Galaxy A20. Make sure to turn on the Wi-Fi feature on both devices. In the event that the mobile hotspot isn’t working or the other device is unable to connect, you can fix this problem by restarting both devices, updating your Galaxy A20’s software, and up to restoring the android device to factory default settings. By then, mobile hotspot should work as intended as long as your phone has no mobile data issue or the feature isn’t blocked by your network service provider.
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