Personal hotspot is a quick solution for access the internet on another device via WiFi, USB or Bluetooth connection. We can use our device (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) as a WiFi router for personal use or between a group and public internet access. Some Personal hotspot settings interesting and useful that save cellular data and help to make our internet security with the password.
Rename Personal Hotspot: Conflicting with existing WiFi name on other devices. Want to change your Hotspot WiFi name. Let’s see how to do this. Rename your iPhone X name: Go to the Settings app > General > About > Name > Enter Unique Name. (On other device turn off WiFi and rescan your iPhone X personal WiFi name) > Tap on it > Enter the password, and it’s done.
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Steps for Activate Personal Hotspot on iPhone X, 8 Plus
Note: To use or Turn on Personal Hotspot on a device, the Cellular Data plan should be turned on or activated.
Go to the Settings app on iPhone X.
Next, Tap on Cellular Data or Mobile Data. And Enable it.
Once you enable, Scroll down and Find Personal Hotspot > Enable Personal Hotspot.
Set Password or Lock Personal Hotspot on iPhone X,
Wants to access iPhone X hotspot using WiFi, generate WiFi password using steps.
You can set Personal Hotspot Wi-Fi Password > Tap on Wi-Fi Password > Enter your Desired Personal Hotspot Wi-Fi password.
Otherwise, Bluetooth and USB personal hotspot we can use directly from the on-screen generated password.
2nd way: Otherwise you also access personal hotspot settings under the iPhone X’s Settings app directly.
Disable Personal Hotspot on iPhone X: Quickly
Tap on the Blue Tag at top notch on iPhone X screen.
And directly open Personal Hotspot settings > Turn off it. That’s it.
Personal Hotspot not showing or isn’t work: reset Network settings on iPhone X
Go to the Settings app on the iPhone.
Next, Tap on General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.
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