Topic: “Your Mobile Connectivity Requirements”
If you want to learn about your mobile connectivity requirements, here is everything you need to know!
Connect to Wi-Fi networks on your Android device
You may modify how and when your phone connects to Wi-Fi so you can practice it in any way you want.
When Wi-Fi is enabled, your phone connects directly to neighboring networks you have previously connected to. Additionally, you can program your phone to switch on Wi-Fi if a saved network is nearby.
Important: Only Android versions 12 and up support some of these procedures.
- Open the Settings app on your device.
- Then select Internet & Network.
- Hit a network from the list. Locks are present on networks that need a password.
The network is “Saved” after you connect. Your phone will connect automatically to this connection when it is in range, and Wi-Fi is turned on.
Connect Bluetooth to your Android device
Some devices can be wirelessly connected to your phone via Bluetooth. Your devices may pair instantly once you’ve successfully paired a Bluetooth device the first time. You’ll notice a Bluetooth icon on your display if your phone is linked to something via Bluetooth.
Important: Only Android 10 and higher is compatible with some of these processes.
- First, you should activate or deactivate Bluetooth
- From the top part of the screen, swipe downward.
- Click Bluetooth.
- Turn off Bluetooth the minute not in use to conserve power. In Airplane mode, Bluetooth is disabled.
Connecting a Bluetooth device.
The pairing between your devices lasts until you manually unpair them.
- Use the Settings app (all Bluetooth accessories)
- From the topmost part of the screen, swipe downward.
- Touch Bluetooth and hold it.
- To pair a new device, click.
- If Pair new device isn’t there, look under “Available devices” or choose More Refresh.
- Select the Bluetooth connection you want to connect with your device by tapping its name.
- Observe any directions displayed on the screen.
Advice: Try 0000 or 1234 if you require a passcode but don’t have one (the most common passcodes).
Connecting Bluetooth via alerts (Fast Pair accessories only)
Verify that your Bluetooth item supports Fast Pair. Fast Pair-compatible accessories clearly state this on their packaging. Another common phrase is “Made for Google” or “Made by Google.”
Note that Android 6.0 or later must be installed on your phone.
- Bluetooth and location services are enabled on your phone.
- Your Fast Pair accessory should be turned on and in pairing mode. Ensure that your accessory is available for your tablet or phone.
- When an alert appears, tap Tap to pair.
- A “Device connected” or “Pairing complete” notification will be sent to you.
- Tap Set up now if your device needs to be configured.
Tip: Open the Settings app on your phone and hit Connected devices if you don’t receive a notification.
Choose the device you would like to pair under “Nearby devices.” Visit Find Fast Pair accessories to find out more.
- From the top of your screen, swipe downward.
- Ensure that Bluetooth is activated.
- Touch Bluetooth and hold it.
- Tap a paired but disconnected device from the menu of paired devices.
- The Bluetooth device displays “Connected” when hooked to your phone.