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Do not ask WiFi code anymore with Android Q Beta 3 system

Do not ask WiFi code anymore with Android Q Beta 3 system

By  Daniel Camilo 2019-05-11 916 0

Google WiFi added convenient QR code sharing in the previous Android Q beta, and this new feature has been improved in beta 3.

share WiFi passwords on your phone

The latest beta 3 makes it easy to share WiFi passwords on your phone and display specific passwords in plain text.

Users only need to go into the wireless settings and click the "share" button to get the QR code for sharing WiFi, and below, you can see the WiFi password displayed in plain text. With this feature, users can quickly share WiFi with others without worrying about forgetting the specific password.

At the same time, users do not have to worry that such a practice will lead to the disclosure of WiFi information. Before sharing WiFi, the system will require users to identify themselves through fingerprints to ensure the security of WiFi.


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