Android’s instant tethering is now officially available

Instant tethering started making its way to some Android users in late January, allowing them to set up an automatic hotspot connection between devices. Now that the feature is officially available, more people should have access to it — but it still only works with Pixel and Nexus devices. The new FAQ section dedicated to the feature confirms what was reported before: Pixel and Nexus phones running Nougat can act as hosts or the source of internet connection. Tablets like the Pixel C and Nexus 9, as well as phones running Android Marshmallow, however, can only use shared data connections and can’t act as hosts.

To be able to use the feature, all your devices must share the same Google account. You can then activate Instant Tethering in the Settings menu: tap “Provide data connection” to set up a host device or tap “Get data connection” to set up a non-host phone or tablet. After the initial setup, your non-host devices will automatically connect to your host devices when you need an internet connection. It’s a pretty sweet deal if you’re always busy on the go, since manually tethering devices all the time can be time consuming. Another plus is that your receiving device will automatically disconnect after 10 minutes of no activity to save power and make sure your tablet/phone doesn’t die too quickly.

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It’s very likely that you’ll see Google Assistant on new Android devices beyond the Pixel line, but when… and what about the device you already have? The AI helper might be coming sooner than you think. Google has inadvertently given beta testers an alpha release of its Android search app that enables Assistant support on non-Pixel hardware. It’s not working for everyone, but people carrying everything from the Nexus 6P to Alcatel’s Idol 4S say they’ve had success. The software has introductory messages that are clearly targeted at people who previously didn’t have Assistant, so it’s not an accidental inclusion.

The alpha also includes a recent topics section that revisits recent searches, previously mentioned support for payments (not that it’s useful without providers) and a data-saving Lite mode that optimizes pages. It’s going to be a while before you see an official rollout when the app isn’t even in beta. You may have to wait weeks or months before there’s a version you can reliably use. However, the very fact that wider Assistant support is present at all is important — it shows that Google wants to broaden access fairly quickly.

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Android ‘Instant Tethering’ feature is coming.

Android ‘Instant Tethering’ feature is coming.

The new ‘Instant Tethering’ feature for Android is the popular mobile operating system. With this new feature, mobile access point is a whole new dimension.

Nowadays, with the rapid growth of technology, phones now perform far more than just searching.
 
So many of us can do most of their work on their smart phones without needing a computer anymore.
Android, a mobile operating system developed by Google that plays an important role in this development, gains much more functionality with a new upcoming update.
 
This new feature of Google Play Services with version 10.2 is called “Instant Tethering”, roughly “Instantly Connect”.

As you can see from the name, this new update means that “Hotspot”, which already exists in Android, is getting a whole new dimension.
 
So that beyond the standard access point, connected devices can communicate between each other (provided that it is Android) or even devices that are away from the network can be networked via Bluetooth.

With this new feature, many functions can be done very easily and quickly on the same network, from charging status to data sharing.
 
To the best of our knowledge, this feature is only available for Nexus and Pixel devices running Android 7.1.1. Sub-releases do not yet have clear information about whether to take advantage of this feature.

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Published: 2017-01-21 16:34:49
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