How to Use Android as a Wifi Repeater Without Root


Android as Wifi Repeater Without Root - Repeater is a device that functions to receive signals that contain data in a network and then re-transmit signals that are identical to the original signal in different ways.

Generally, repeater will re-transmit the signal in a different frequency from the original signal. Because the repeater's main function is to expand the range of wifi networks, the repeater is often referred to as a Wifi Extender. Sometimes, other people and technicians network also referred to as wifi boosters. If we don't have a wifi extender or repeater, we can use our smartphone as a repeater. You can follow the steps below:

How to Use Android as a Wifi Repeater Without Root


1. Download and install NetShare App in the playstore, or you can open this link (Netshare App)
2. Connect to wifi using android which you want to use it as a repeater.

3. Open NetShare App and click "Start button".
Reminder! If we immediately try to connect to the wifi that comes from the application (ex: DIRECT-6u-G.G), we will not be connected to the internet. So as a wifi receiver, we also have to download and install NetShare app to our smartphone or PC. See the steps below:

1. Download and install NetShare app.

2. Connect to wifi (ex: DIRECT-6u-G.G), type the password according to the application in Android repeater and click "Connect".
3. Open NetShare app.

4. And then, Click 'Connect Button"
5. Now, we have connected to the internet using android as a repeater.

I hope this article can help netizens who want to use android as a repeater. If this article is useful, you can share this article with your friends or social media. Good Luck!

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