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Free three ways of Connecting Internet

You don’t have internet on your laptop? Don’t worry, in this article we are going to look at three (3) easy ways of accessing internet on a laptop through a smartphone. This will not only let you connect your laptop online but also share it with love once or co-workers, as long as they are inappropriate range, and they know your password, while your phone is serving as a modern. You don’t need to have a degree in Information and Technology or Computer Science before you can do this. It is just simple, all you need is to have a laptop, sufficient mobile data on your smartphone, and follow the steps below.

1.        Access Internet Through Hotspot

a.        Turn on your phone’s hotspot.

(1)      Swipe down from the top of the phone’s screen.

(2)      Tap Hotspot to turn it on.

(If you don’t find Hotspot, at the bottom left, tap Edit and drag Hotspot into your Quick Settings) or Go to your phone settings > Network & internet> Hotspot & tethering> Wi-Fi hotspot and turn it on. You can tap on the “hotspot password” to see the password of your Wi-Fi.

Note: if you don’t want your phone’s hotspot to require a password, Swipe down from the top of the screen. Touch and hold Hotspot. Under "Security," tap None. 

b.        On your laptop, tap on your Wi-Fi.

Select your phone’s hotspot, (Enter your phone’s hotspot password).

c.        Connect another device to your phone’s hotspot:

(1)      On the other device, open that device's list of Wi-Fi options.

(2)      Pick your phone's hotspot name.

(3)      Enter your phone's hotspot password.

(4)      Click Connect.

2.        Access the Internet by USB cable.

a.        Connect your phone to the other device with a USB cable. A notification shows at the top of the screen.

b.        On your phone, swipe down from the top of the screen.

c.        Touch and hold Hotspot.

d.        Turn on USB tethering.

3.        Access the Internet by Bluetooth.

a.        Pair your phone with the other device.

b.        Set up the other device's network connection with Bluetooth.

c.        On your phone, swipe down from the top of the screen.

d.        Touch and hold Hotspot.

e.        Turn on Bluetooth tethering.

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