Android 12 makes sharing Wi-Fi passwords a breeze


Android 12 makes sharing Wi-Fi passwords a breeze
It’s annoying when you have to tell your Wi-Fi password to your friends or type it on all of their devices. Android 12 will make it way easier to share your wireless connection’s credentials through Nearby Share — Android’s AirDrop equivalent. This feature is part of Android 12‘s first developer beta that dropped last night. On the Wi-Fi password screen, you can tap the Nearby button to share your credentials to Android phones with Nearby Sharing enabled. Android 12 now lets you share Wi-Fi passwords with anyone nearby through Nearby Share. pic.twitter.com/fAA0nzKvlL — Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) February 18, 2021 [Read: Android 12’s first…

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