Many Android supported phones can create hotspots to share your phone’s internet connections, but can be difficult to set up. Google wants to fix this with its new Instant Tethering feature.

Google’s Instant Tethering is an improvement to an already existing feature. Sharing mobile internet across devices is a feature that people already use. The new feature is currently rolling out as a part of Google Play Services 10.2. When you have multiple devices logged into the same account and one loses a connection, it will offer to share another device’s internet connection.

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Supported Mobile Devices

The feature is very limited, for now. Only Nexus and Pixel devices running Android 7.1.1 are supported. Furthermore, only phones like the Pixel and Pixel XL will be able to share their internet connection with tablets like the Nexus 9 and Pixel C.

Google is still testing the new feature; and if this works out, it will be available for the other mobile devices as well, and should make staying online much easier.

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