Tap WiFi. If you are trying to share a WiFi password with a Mac computer, tap the WiFi icon in the top-right corner of your screen and select a WiFi network from the drop-down menu. Choose the same WiFi network. This should be the same network that the iPhone that will be sharing the password is already connected to.
On your Mac, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, click Sharing , then select Internet Sharing in the service list. Click the “Share your connection from” pop-up menu, then choose the internet connection you want to share.
On your Mac, go to System Preferences > Sharing. In the from field, select Wi-Fi. In the to field, select Bluetooth PAN. Click Start, and you should be able to access the internet on your iPhone.
If you can’t use the share Wi-Fi password option on your Mac, log out of your iCloud account, delete your Wi-Fi networks, and make sure to update your devices. Additionally, you can temporarily use a USB-C to Ethernet dongle and then switch back to Wi-Fi.
How to find and share your Wi-Fi password on Android
- Open the settings on your device, then head to Network & Internet > Wi-Fi.
- Scroll past the current networks to Saved networks, then tap the network you’d like to share.
- Tap the Share button and you’ll see a QR code, which you can use to share the password.
How do I access my Wi-Fi password on a Mac?
Use Keychain Access
- Open the Keychain Access app on your Mac. …
- In the sidebar, make sure you click on Login, and click on the Password tab. …
- Click on Show Password. …
- You may be prompted to enter your administrator credentials again. …
- The Wi-Fi password should appear in the text box next to Show Password.
Can a Mac be a hotspot?
Your Mac can function as a wireless hotspot, allowing you to connect your other devices to it and share its Internet connection. It’s just like tethering to your phone. This is most useful if your Mac is connected to a wired network interface via Ethernet.
Turn your Windows PC into a mobile hotspot by sharing your Internet connection with other devices over Wi-Fi. You can share a Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or cellular data connection. If your PC has a cellular data connection and you share it, it will use data from your data plan.
If your guest has an Android phone, on their device head to Settings, Connections (or Network and Internet), then Wi-Fi. Scroll down to find where it says Add Network; next to it, you’ll see a QR code icon. Tap on it and they can now quickly scan the code. Scanning the code should automatically connect the device.
Why won’t my Wi-Fi connect to my Macbook?
Make sure your router is cool, check it’s location and make sure nothing is blocking the signal. Use Apple’s Wireless Diagnostics. Check for competition from other networks, change your network name, change your Wi-Fi channel – consider using the 5GHz band. Check your security settings.
In the Safari app on your Mac, choose Safari > Preferences, then click Passwords. Enter your password (or, if your Mac or Apple keyboard has Touch ID, you can use Touch ID). Control-click the website with the password you want to share, then choose Share with AirDrop. Click the person you want to send it to.