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[Update: Supports Hotspot 2.0R1, No 2.0R2 Yet] The Google Pixel 2 Doesn’t Support WiFi Passpoint Which Would’ve Made Switching Hotspots Easier

WiFi Passpoint, also referred to as Hotspot 2.0, and is an improved method that wireless devices can use to connect to WiFi hotspots. This was created by the WiFi Alliance and it enables devices which have already logged into a hotspot network to connect automatically and silently to other hotspots in the background when moving...

Android Oreo Adds Support for WiFi Passpoint, But Makes it Optional for OEMs

WiFi Passpoint, launched in 2012 by the WiFi Alliance, is an industry-wide solution to streamline network access to hotspots. It seeks to eliminate the need for users to find and authenticate a network each time they connect to it. In networks that do not support Passpoint, users need to search for and choose a network...