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Turn your Samsung Galaxy Note II, s3 or s4 into a wifi hotspot to share internet with your laptop wirelessly

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How do you fix WiFi on the Galaxy Note3?

I messed up installing a ROM and WiFi hangs up when you turn it on.


Installing a ROM incorrectly will lead to many problems, possibly including broken WiFi connectivity. To fix a broken ROM installation, you will have to reinstall the ROM. There's also the possibility that the ROM you downloaded isn't completely compatible with your phone, and that the installation corrupted some of your phone's drivers as a result. To make sure that you're downloading compatible ROMs, go to this website. Then, once the ROM has downloaded, flash it to your device. Make sure you follow all of the ROM's instructions so the installation doesn't become corrupted again. This should take care of your WiFi issue. If it doesn't, your WiFi chip may be damaged, and you will need to call Samsung to get it repaired. Note that rooting your device and flashing ROMs voids your warranty, so you will need to pay Samsung for the repair.

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