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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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My Note2 required WiFi sign in again and again and net connection automatically disconnected how I sign in?

My Note2 required WiFi sign in again and again and net connection automatic


When this happens, the problem is actually not with your device but with your internet connection. It means that it is fluctuating and that it is not strong enough to continue getting connected. What you may want to do is reset your modem and router to free up the system from any clogs.

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Also, check your settings because if you setup your Note2 to not connect automatically to available WiFi, that may be the reason why it keeps on disconnecting.


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I have a Note2 on Verizon and it is slow compared to all other devices?

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