As we know that hotspot sharing on Android devices – creating a WiFi network on your phone that shares your data connection with other devices. It’s impossible to enable WiFi and Mobile Hotspot together on 99% of Android phones. Here you will learn how to Turn Android Phone into a Wifi Extender.
Here’s some method to Turn Android Phone into a Wifi Extender. Follow them:
This method will probably work on only 2% of modern devices, but it’s worth a shot if you’re one of the lucky few. FQRouter2 has not been updated in several years, and it was designed for older Android devices. In fact, it was actually developed to bypass Chinese government firewalls, so Chinese netizens could watch Youtube videos etc., through its built-in VPN.
Nowadays a problem is that an Android phone needs to have WiFi repeater capable software – which a huge majority of modern devices do not. They used to in the Android 4.4 days, but then manufacturers realized they could make some extra bucks by stripping out wifi repeater technology and replacing it with a mobile hotspot, which consumes your data connection.
If you used an old Android KitKat device. Then, your device also needs to be rooted for this app to work.
Start by downloading the FQRouter2 app, and start it. Wait for it to load, and now click the ‘Full Power’ button. It will then show you with new options: Free Internet and WiFi Repeater.
Ignore the ‘Free Internet’ button, this was originally developed as a method of sharing proxied, non-restricted internet to other devices in China, like an uncensored wifi hotspot. You want to activate your WiFi connection on your Android device and click the ‘WiFi Repeater’ button.
Now you have to go into FQRouter2 Settings, and click ‘Setup’. This will provide you to set up the SSID/password of the wifi network, similar to Mobile Hotspot.
Warning: Do not click on the ‘My Wifi is Broken’ button. This will delete all of the saved networks and passwords on your device. However, after setting up the FQRouter2 hotspot, you should be able to connect with another device.
It is an app that deserves to be on the first page of Google Play – Netshare-no-root-tethering. This app needs to work on a majority of devices, unlike FQRouter2, but the drawback is that the VPN connection combined with WifiDirect technology makes the connection very slow. It's fine for browsing Facebook and checking emails, but don’t plan on downloading any games over this connection – however, the developer has promised to address the speed issues in future updates.
First of all you have to install the Netshare app on your Android device, and then follow the guidelines below depending on what other device you will be sharing with.
In case you are sharing the wifi with another Android device:
Follow the same guidelines as above we discussed, except you are not installing Netshare on the computer. You want to do is start the Netshare app on your Android device, press the ‘Share internet connection’ button, and connect to the SSID on your desktop/laptop.
TIP: If none of the Methods have resolved the issue for you, we recommend using Restore Repair Tool which can scan the repositories to replace corrupt and missing files. Most of the time this works, where the issue originates because of system corruption. Restore will also optimize your system for maximum performance.
These are all possible methods to Turn Android Phones into a Wifi Extender. So. I hope now you will be able to do it.