Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Turn your Nokia Wi-Fi enabled phone into Wi-Fi Hotspot

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WiFi Hotspot or Tethering App for Nokia WiFi enabled Symbian Smartphones.

Internet has become a part of our lives and due to the huge influence of social networking sites, everyone need internet on the go.
Tethering Internet has become nowadays and everyone shares there internet plan on there smartphone with many of there devices such as Laptops and Tablets.
Android operating system supports native WiFi tethering but Nokia Symbian doesn't, here is a great app which shares your Internet plan with all your WiFi enabled devices.
I had posted this post because my friend was wondering about this kind of solution for his Nokia E66.

If you guys out there wondering how to use your favorite Nokia Symbian Smartphone as a
WiFi Hotspot, so that you can share your, mobile Internet connection with your other WiFi enabled devices. Such as your Laptop, tablet and other smartphones.

Basically Nokia Based Symbian Smartphones with Wi-Fi doesn't support Native tethering Application for sharing your mobile internet connection.
So, here is a best Application which helps you to share your Mobile Internet Connection with your Laptop,Tablets and Smartphones.

JoikuSpot is an best application for Symbian based Wi-Fi enabled Smartphone to share your mobile Internet Connection.




This is a lite version of Joikuspot which turns your Symbian based WiFi smartphone into a 
Portable Hotspot with basic internet protocol support,
New and simple WiFi Tethering UI connects your laptop or tablet to web via your smartphone internet connection.
The Lite version of this app is 100% free to use.

For more details about how to set up joiku hotspot click on the link.


Supported Nokia Phone Models


All Nokia Symbian WiFi enabled  Smartphones support this app.


29 comments :

  1. I've read this put up and if I could I wish to counsel you few fascinating things or suggestions. Perhaps you could write subsequent articles regarding this article. I wish to learn more things about it!

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    1. We will try our best to provide you more info about it.

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  2. it's indeed a nice tutorial,

    keep it up.

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  3. the problem is that my kindle fire does not accept this ad hoc ..is there any other application that would be a better option to use? thank you!

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    1. Can you describe, what is the problem with your Kindle Fire...

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    2. Joiku is the only app for Symbian,that currently supports WiFi tethering!

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  4. Guys posted a new article on how to set up and install Symbian WiFI Hotspot, Set Symbian WiFi Tethering

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  5. Hi Sameer ,
    Can u advise how can i connect my CANVAS HD phone to Nokia wifi by joikuspot, as new android device does not support AD HOC network

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    1. I think you will get some ino here..... http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1924911

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  6. only use ones times we can use ..... because free version

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  7. Wtf no wonder i can't connect with android phones!

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    1. android phones only recognises infrastructure wifi ( as from adsl box ou real hotspot) but Joikuspot provides ad-hoc (peer to peer) wifi only.

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    2. ofcourse its true, joiku is not an native app

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  8. i am having nokia 701 can this software work in my cell i want to connect to my lava iris 401 pls guide me i had done but not working

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    1. Nokia 701 does support this app, please check settings and visit http://www.techmashi.com/2013/06/guide-to-set-up-install-joiku-wifi.html to know more..

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  9. ilife Tablets Android 4.1 not connect. How to connect ?

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    1. Visit http://www.techmashi.com/2013/06/guide-to-set-up-install-joiku-wifi.html to know how to connect..!

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  11. I used to connect my windows 8 pc with a Nokia C-7 phone by joikuspot. Everything was smooth & perfect. But recently I upgraded the OS to windows 8.1 and joikuspot stopped working! Pc says 'no connection'... :-(

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    1. Joikuspot is not compatible with Windows 8.1 it seems, many joikuspot users are complaining!

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    2. Check this out...! http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows8_1-networking/windows-81-can-not-detect-nokia-n8-with-joikuspot/58aa5875-be6e-4d35-b9e2-9312b179aa3b

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    3. I don't expect something 'useful' from microsoft support engineers....
      Hope, you'll find a resolution one day for us!

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  12. Like Android apps this is not a secured, if you are usiing free app, anyone can access your phone and can use data. It might be risky if someone unknown or criminal mind, catch that frequency.

    Any Other solution.

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    1. There is no such thing this App is also encrypted..

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  13. For those who wants to connect win 8.1 with joikuspot, turns first to adhoc network. Settings are on

    http://tipsandtricksforum.com/Thread-How-to-Create-a-Wireless-Ad-Hoc-in-Windows-8-1#.UsEG_V2t-o8

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  14. Android users can detect adhoc networks by rooting their device. For more info google it.

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