Wireless adapter is intel so android client didn't connect to ubuntu hotspot. Ubuntu is failed so I want to install debian or suse on notebook for hotspot. Which one is the best for hotspot. :confused:
on 07/04/2012 – Made popular on 07/04/2012
I would like to create a WLAN with my android, so I can use it with my notebook and the tablet could use the internet of the notebook. I know that there is connectify at windows that does that. I tought that using the button "use as hotspot" would work but he opens a ad-hoc hotspot, not a true hotspot, so my android cannot recognize the connection.
I'm using 12.10 on a Samsung Q45 laptop and cannot connect to one specific wifi hotspot where I work. This is the only hotspot that I cannot connect to. Every other hotspot I can connect to without any problem. If I use my Win7 Pro (64bit) laptop with my work hotspot then it connects immediately. Nobody else (they all use windows) has any problems connecting to the work hotspot.
As many of you know, most of our android(not only android) devices can't connect to ad hoc hotspots. There's a solution for win7/8 users to set up infrastructure hotspot on their laptop using software like connectify and so on. Ubuntu also allows to create wifi hotspot to share internet, but it will be ad hoc one.
So here's the guide how to set up infrastructure hotspot on ubuntu 12.04/12.10.
I'm building an Android game which is multiplayer. One phone will be a wifi hotspot and other phone will get connect to it through wifi. Uptill I have reached to how to create wifi hotspot programatically but now I have stuck on how to send and receive the data from wifi client to wifi hotspot and vice versa. I want to share screen, score over network.