Connect to WiFi Fast and Easy with InstaWiFi
How many times have your friends asked you for your WiFi password? How many times have you had to enter your the key on your own device after flashing a ROM? Surely more than a few.
InstaWiFi by XDA Recognized Developer meltedxice solves the situation by enabling you to connect and share WiFi networks instantly. Users first generate a specific QR code for a network. Once generated, you can share it with any Android device with the a barcode reader app. And if your device is NFC-capable, you can use that instead of a QR code. What’s more, you don’t even need root to use the app. I was on the beta test team for this application, and I can say that it works well.
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