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Just input your network information, such as SSID, network type and password, and you can get a barcode of the network for us to share and quick access to wifi. In wifi settings, we can turn on wifi, get network notification or add wifi network.
If you want to know more about your network, you can test here to get more details.
Barcode and Test Your Wifi has been designed to generate QR Barcodes for your wifi.
Tired of having to set up the wifi on all the devices in the family? Want your friend and family to gain access to your wifi without going through the trouble of telling them your SSID and password? Especially if the key is 26 characters! Thanks to Barcode and Test Your Wifi and it scans your network and each device and it's done.
Generate a barcode:
- Launch Barcode and Test Your Wifi.
-input wifi information, such as SSID, network type and password
-get settings of network notification
Is that open wifi really letting you access the web? Barcode and Test Your Wifi quickly validates you're connected to the real web (by downloading a very small dedicated file and checking its content). If the hotspot is actually redirecting you to a billing portal, you'll know instantly. The goal of this app is doing automat zed tests in devices that are thought to have networking issues.
This small application performs one or a series of simple tests to validate your data connection. You can check/uncheck the boxes in the left column to activate the tests. Results will appear in the right part of the screen.
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There are some Wikipedia knowledge about bar-code and WiFi for us to know clearly about this application.
Barcodes became commercially successful when they were used to automate supermarket checkout systems, a task for which they might have become almost universal.
Wi-Fi can be a popular technology that allows an electronic device to exchange data or connect to the internet wirelessly using UHF radio waves.