I have a spare Nexus 4 phone after recently upgrading to a Nexus 5. I would like to root the device and use it to share a wifi connection. To be clear, I am not talking about the stock android wifi hotspot functionality which shares a mobile 3G/ 4G data connection wirelessly.
I tried to access the wifi on my job for the first time today. When I did, I got a warning screen that said google achrome does not trust this source and that I should not proceed. Is this normal? My Nexus 7 has not done this on ather wifi spots. My Samsung Statosphere has no issue with the wifi. Should I go ahead and connect to the work wifi with my Nexus?
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I am hoping you guys can help me. I have a Nexus 5, and I am getting a 'Not in Range' message for wifi the router in my office.
Interestingly, everything worked just fine for a long time, till I decided to update my Nexus 5 to Android L. The phone would work at home but not in my office. So I have today, tried downgrading it back to Android 4.4.4, and the problem still persists.
I got a Nexus 7 for my father. I did all upgrades before sending it out to him. (meas it was connected to WiFi here and working properly);)
he used it for almost a month then once he put the simcard, it stopped connecting to WiFi:confused:.