Apple iPad (3rd generation) iOS 5

Apple iPad (3rd generation)

iOS 5

I can't use my tablet as a Wi-Fi hotspot - Apple iPad (3rd generation) iOS 5

Cause 1 of 2: The wrong password is entered on the device you want to connect from.

The password used on your tablet needs to entered on the device you want to connect from.

Solution: Enter the correct password.

Step 1 of 7

Find "Personal Hotspot"

Press Settings.

Step 2 of 7

Find "Personal Hotspot"

Press Personal Hotspot.

Step 3 of 7

Turn on tethering

Press the indicator next to Personal Hotspot to turn on tethering.

Step 4 of 7

Turn on tethering

If this is the first time you use the function:
Press Wi-Fi and USB Only.

Step 5 of 7

Change password for Wi-Fi hotspot

Press Wi-Fi Password.

Step 6 of 7

Change password for Wi-Fi hotspot

Key in the required password and press Done.

Apple iPad (3rd generation) iOS 5
Step 7 of 7

Establish connection

Turn on Wi-Fi on the other device.
Find the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
Select your device on the list.
Key in your password for the Wi-Fi hotspot and establish a connection to your device.
When the connection is established, you can access the internet from the other device.

1 Find "Personal Hotspot"

Press Settings.
Press Personal Hotspot.

2 Turn on tethering

Press the indicator next to Personal Hotspot to turn on tethering.
If this is the first time you use the function:
Press Wi-Fi and USB Only.

3 Change password for Wi-Fi hotspot

Press Wi-Fi Password.
Key in the required password and press Done.

4 Establish connection

Turn on Wi-Fi on the other device.
Find the list of available Wi-Fi networks.
Select your device on the list.
Key in your password for the Wi-Fi hotspot and establish a connection to your device.
When the connection is established, you can access the internet from the other device.
Apple iPad (3rd generation) iOS 5

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