Apple's iOS has a built-in method for disclosing your WiFi key to others.
We get it For security reasons, it's crucial that your WiFi password is robust.
Sharing a WiFi password that looks like your cat walked on your keyboard is the definition of tedious when a friend comes over to watch The Bachelor and needs it to follow the discourse on Twitter. Apple has made it possible for iPhone users to quickly and easily disseminate their wireless network's security key.
Don't worry if you have no idea how to share your iPhone's WiFi password with others. To aid you, we are here.
The first step is to guarantee that both the sending and receiving iOS devices are running the most recent versions of the operating system. IPhone WiFi password sharing won't function unless you fix this. This handy function was introduced by Apple with the release of iOS 11, so you can only use it if you're running iOS 11 or later on your iPhone. Keep in mind that maintaining an up-to-date software version is a best practice for ensuring the safety of your devices.
You can use this if you're running iOS 11 or later on your iPhone. You can skip this paragraph and go straight to "How to share your WiFi password via iPhone" below. We'll walk you through the process of updating your phone to the newest version if it isn't already.
Updates to iOS and MacOS and how to install them
You should back up your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch before installing any iOS(Opens in a new tab) updates to prevent losing any of your data. After that, you need to connect your gadget to a WiFi network and power it on. To access General, select Settings. There will be a red dot next to the Software Update button to indicate when a new iOS update is available.
The software needs an update. To Apple's Credit
Select Software Update, and then tap the Download and Install button. The passcode for your device may be required when you tap this button. When that's done, the iOS update will start downloading and installing by itself.
Again, make sure you have a backup of everything before updating the MacOS(Opens in a new tab) on your computer. Due to the lengthy and resource-intensive nature of operating system updates, it is recommended that you do this while connected to a stable WiFi source and while your computer is plugged in. When your Mac is powered on and connected to a wireless network, select System Preferences from the Apple menu in the top left corner of the screen. Select Software Update from the System Preferences menu. In this section, you can view the available upgrades.
To begin updating, select the option to do so by clicking the Upgrade Now button. Automatically, the download will start, and when it completes, the installer window will pop up. To finish the setup process, please refer to the window for further instructions.
Catalina or later (or Big Sur or Monterey) is required for your macOS version. ) For this, you can thank Apple.
Once you've updated, you can begin the thrilling adventure that is giving out your iPhone's WiFi password to friends and family.
The simplest way to tell another iPhone user your WiFi password
Make sure the WiFi and Bluetooth are turned on for both devices before beginning.
The critical piece here is that both parties have your Apple ID email address saved in their respective contact lists. If you and your friend both use [email protected] as your Apple ID and you're sharing a WiFi password, you'll both need to change your Apple ID's email address. verify that both your and their email addresses are stored in the respective contact lists on your and their mobile devices. Log in to iCloud.com(Opens in new tab) with your Apple ID and password if you can't recall your Apple ID email address. Here's what to do if you need to reset the password for your Apple ID.
From this point on, dispersing your WiFi key is easy as pie. Maintain physical proximity and connect via WiFi or Bluetooth. Start by linking the device that is disclosing the WiFi passphrase. The recipient device's WiFi settings must then be made accessible. On the device you're using to share the password, a window will appear, requesting confirmation that you wish to share the password. Simply by tapping the Share Password button, you can now
This is the crunch time To Apple's Credit
Sharing your iPhone's WiFi password with your Mac
With your newfound knowledge of sharing a password between iPhones, moving it to a Mac will be a breeze.
To begin, the Apple IDs of both devices must be stored in one another, much like sharing a password. Navigate to Finder > Applications > Contacts to add a new contact on a Mac. Select New Contact from the menu that appears after clicking the plus sign. When you click that, a new window will pop up where you can enter all the necessary information.
You'll need to add the other device's Apple ID as a contact. To Apple's Credit
The next step is to link your iPhone to the internet wirelessly. Then, on the Mac that will be receiving the password, go to System Preferences, and then click on Network. Select the WiFi network you wish to join by clicking on its name. A window asking for the password will appear.
At this point, your iPhone should prompt you to allow it to sync password information with your Mac. To disseminate a password, tap the Share button.
This article will show you how to easily transfer your iPhone's WiFi information to an Android device.
Since there is no native compatibility, it takes more work to give your Android your password, but once you get past the initial setup, it becomes second nature. It's also a neat trick, and you can use it directly between iPhones instead of the above method if you prefer.
At the outset, a QR code must be generated. This can be done with the help of any QR code generator available in the app store, such as Qrafter(Opens in a new tab).
Locate the option within the app to generate a WiFi password. Then, you must input your wireless network's name (SSID) and password. Some apps may also require you to enter the WiFi encryption key, which can be found on your WiFi router. WEP, WPA/WPA2, or no encryption at all are the usual choices.
Simply key in your WiFi information. Qrafter is credited with this.
Make your own WiFi quick response code Thanks to Qrafter
After entering your WiFi details, generate the QR code and watch it do its thing. Open the camera app on your Android device and point it at the QR code to send the code along with your password. The WiFi network information window will pop up. To communicate, tap the message and then connect
Voila One of a kind personal QR code (for privacy reasons, it has been blacked out) ) Thanks to: QRAFTER
Password can be retrieved by hovering an Android device over a QR code on an iPhone. With thanks to: QRAFTER
Due to the ease with which WiFi credentials can be shared today, it is prudent to occasionally check in on your network's visitors and reevaluate who has access. Otherwise, I hope this new phone trick makes your life a little bit easier; congrats on learning it!
This article was revised and republished in July 2022 after being first published in January 2021.
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