There are many reasons why the Wi-Fi connection on your Android device could be running slow. We are washout for our Wi-Fi connection. Most are completely innocent, but it could be that someone is using it without your permission. Don’t worry , we’ll show you how to find out exactly who you’re sharing your Wi-Fi network with, and how to kick any intruders off it forever. Flow instruction below and caught your Wi-Fi stealer. Now start….
Who is using my Wi-Fi?
To find out who’s using your Wi-Fi, the first thing you need to do is make sure you’re connected to the Wi-Fi network you wish to monitor. Next, download the network monitoring app Find from the google paly store.
Once you’ve downloaded the app, open it, and you will see the name of your network on the home screen, along with the Refresh and Settings buttons. To see all the devices connected to your Wi-Fi network, tap Refresh. You will see all Wi-Fi user on this list and find out unknown Wi-Fi user.
This process could take a few minutes, but afterwards you will see a list of devices, along with an indicator that tells you if it’s a smartphone or PC.
Tap any device on your network to bring up a list of options for interacting with that device. These include sending pings or Wake on LAN signals, and you can even log when those devices connect and disconnect from the network.
Tap a device in the list (left) and you can copy its MAC address to block Wi-Fi stealer / © AndroidPIT
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