In the previous operating system Android Nougat doesn’t give up your Wi-Fi with a sign in, but the newly released Android Oreo brings up the sign in button to use in public network. Once you connect any wireless network, it will not give up your connectivity to access a web page, it required sign in. This new updated feature you can find through phone Settings where it available for you.
The newly introduced Sign into the network doesn’t change all the Android Oreo feature, and Wi-Fi portion brings in the Settings has now big button to make a sign in to connect the network. In the past, you don’t find these it has only ‘Sign in to network’ that shows as a status when you tap on it, it doesn’t react anything.
This isn’t a big effect from Android Oreo, but the feature WiFi sign-in comes more secure to your connection.
Via: Android Police
Latest posts by Syed Ali Abubacker (see all)
- How To Restart an iPhone X Device [Video] - 21 Nov,2017
- Do You Want to Stop Your Autoplay Video for Chrome? - 21 Nov,2017
- Install Google’s Gboard Keyboard on Android Phone, Get these New Features - 21 Nov,2017
Copyright © 2017. All Rights Reserved.