By Stan Sch By St In Android 12, however, you'll be able to wirelessly share your password using Android's Nearby Share feature. The feature has gone live in the Android 12 developer beta, which has recently become available to download (via Android Police and XDADevelopers' Mishaal Rahman).
To do it, open Settings, go to Wi-Fi, select the network you want, and tap "Share." You'll get the option to share the network via a QR code, or through Nearby Share. If you choose the latter, the phone will look for nearby devices, and the person on the other device will get a notification, asking them to accept the share. The password will not be displayed for security reasons, but should the receiver accept the share, they will then be able to connect to the Wi-Fi network.
Android has offered users the ability to share Wi-Fi networks via a QR code since version 10, but the new way to do it is perhaps a little better as you don't have to walk up to the person you want to share the network with and show them the QR code.
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