How to Share Wifi From iPhone to Android

Charlotte Daniels

Android, Tutorials

Are you an iPhone user who wants to share your Wi-Fi connection with your Android device? You’ve come to the right place!

In this tutorial, we will guide you through the step-by-step process of sharing your Wi-Fi from your iPhone to an Android device. Let’s get started!

Step 1: Enable Personal Hotspot

The first thing you need to do is enable the Personal Hotspot feature on your iPhone. This feature allows you to share your iPhone’s internet connection with other devices, including Android phones.

  • Go to Settings: Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
  • Select Personal Hotspot: Look for the “Personal Hotspot” option and tap on it.
  • Enable Personal Hotspot: Toggle the switch to enable Personal Hotspot.

    You may be prompted to set up a password for security purposes. Make sure to remember this password as you will need it later.

Step 2: Connect Your Android Device

After enabling Personal Hotspot, it’s time to connect your Android device to your iPhone’s Wi-Fi network.

  • On Your Android Device: Go to the “Settings” app on your Android device.
  • Select Wi-Fi: Look for the “Wi-Fi” option and tap on it.
  • Select Your iPhone’s Network: You should see a list of available networks. Look for your iPhone’s network name (also known as SSID) and tap on it.
  • Enter Password: Enter the password you set up earlier for your iPhone’s Personal Hotspot.
  • Connect: Tap on “Connect” to establish the connection between your Android device and iPhone’s Wi-Fi network.

Step 3: Verify Connection

Once you’ve connected your Android device to your iPhone’s Wi-Fi network, it’s important to verify the connection and ensure that everything is working as expected.

  • Open a Web Browser: Launch a web browser on your Android device.
  • Visit a Website: Type in a website address (e.g., and press Enter.
  • If the Website Loads: If the website loads successfully, congratulations! You have successfully shared your iPhone’s Wi-Fi with your Android device.
  • If the Website Doesn’t Load: If the website doesn’t load, double-check that you have entered the correct password for your iPhone’s Personal Hotspot. If the problem persists, try restarting both devices and repeat the previous steps.

Tips and Troubleshooting

TIP: To save battery life on your iPhone, make sure to disable Personal Hotspot when you are no longer using it. This will prevent other devices from connecting to your iPhone’s Wi-Fi network without permission. You can disable Personal Hotspot by going back to Settings > Personal Hotspot and toggling the switch off.

In case you encounter any issues during the setup process, here are a few common troubleshooting steps:

No Personal Hotspot Option

If you don’t see the Personal Hotspot option in your iPhone’s settings, it may be disabled by your carrier. In this case, you will need to contact your carrier to enable the Personal Hotspot feature for your iPhone.

Connection Drops Frequently

If the Wi-Fi connection between your iPhone and Android device frequently drops, try moving closer to your iPhone or eliminating any physical obstructions that may interfere with the signal. Additionally, make sure that both devices have sufficient battery power.

By following these steps, you can easily share your Wi-Fi from an iPhone to an Android device. Enjoy seamless internet connectivity on your Android device using your iPhone’s internet connection!

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