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Chrome OS Instant Tethering now supports 15 more Chromebooks and 30 more Android smartphones

Chromebooks are known for being lightweight and easy to use. This makes Chrome OS devices perfect for on-the-go computing. While we already carry smartphones that can connect to the internet at all times, most people don't want a separate data plan for their laptop. Chrome OS has made this easy with a feature called Instant...

Chrome OS 73 brings Instant Tethering to non-Pixel smartphones

In addition to making it possible to add user-designated top-level folders in My Files, Chrome OS 73 adds the ability to instantly tether your Chromebook to your Android phone, even if it's not from the Google's Pixel line. As reported on the Keith I Myers blog, Instant Tethering can be activated with non-Google phones, such...

Chrome OS Instant Tethering now Enabled by Default, Likely Launching Soon

Instant tethering is a Google Pixel, Nexus and Chromebook unique feature which allows you to connect to the internet through your phone's data connection simply by being logged into the same Google account. A hotspot will automatically be created and the device that does not have a data connection will connect to it. This is...

Google Rolling Out ‘Instant Tethering’ to Pixel and Nexus Devices

Google had been internally testing a feature named "Instant Tethering" for a while now. Essentially, this feature allows devices to share their cellular data connection through Wi-Fi, automatically and seamlessly. Automation is the crucial part of this feature, as previously we would have had to manually create hotspots on our phone and manually connect to them from...