How to Share A WiFi Password from iPhone to Android

Also works on iPad!
Ash Ash (362)
5 minutes

iPhones and Androids may as well be apples and oranges when it comes to compatibility, but sharing WiFi information between the two devices isn't impossible.

Just make sure you're using a secure connection. (We recommend having a VPN on your iPhone for added security, but it's not totally necessary.) If you have an iPhone, you will need a third-party app to share a Wi-Fi password with an Android device. These QR code-generating apps have options built in to automatically make a QR code of your Wi-Fi information. There are more available on the iPhone app store.

You can manually exchange Wi-Fi information as well. If you aren't sure what the wireless password is, check out our guide on how to find an unknown Wi-Fi password.

Note: The receiving Android device will need to install a QR code reading app.

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  1. Open the Qrafter app.
  2. Choose Create at the bottom.
  3. Select WiFi Network.
  4. Send the generated QR code to the Android device via text, email, or any other method of choice. The Android user can use a QR scanning app to read the WiFi information (more on that below).
  1. Open the Visual Codes app.
  2. Choose Add Code.
  3. Select Connect to WiFi.
  4. Choose the WiFi network with the password you want to share.
  5. Share the generated QR code with the Android device using text, email, or any method you want. The Android user can use a QR scanning app to read the WiFi information (more on that below).

If the Android device still can't connect, reset the network settings and try to exchange Wi-Fi information one more time.

The Android recipient will need a QR reader, as well. Here are few popular options from the Google Play Store to get you started:

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