How to generate a QR code with the Wi-Fi password on a Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G

How to generate a QR code with the Wi-Fi password on a Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G

If you want to share the password or key of the network your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G is connected to, and quickly set it up on another Android device (whether it's a Samsung or another brand), this tutorial will show you how. We'll guide you on using the native method included in Android 10 and later versions to generate a QR code with the Wi-Fi password.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G comes with Android 10.0 out of the box, though it may have received updates over time.

Once you generate the QR code on your Galaxy Z Flip 5G, you can scan it with the camera of the other device or download it as an image. This way, you can reuse the code whenever you need without repeating these steps.

Estimated time: 2 minutes.

1- First step:

First of all we must make sure that we are connected to the Wi-Fi network that we want to share from our Samsung, if so we access the settings of the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, it is the icon of a gear wheel. If you do not see it on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G home screen, swipe up from the bottom of the screen and you will see it.

Settings icon Android

2- Second step:

Once inside the Galaxy Z Flip 5G settings, the first option that will appear is “Connections”. Press to access the Wi-Fi network settings.

Network and Internet Android

3- Third step:

Within the connection settings of your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G the first section that will appear is the Wi-Fi connection.

Here we check that it is connected, the icon on the right should appear in blue and the name of the Wi-Fi network on the left, if not, click on the icon on the right with a single touch to activate it and make it appear in blue. Once Wi-Fi is activated on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G, click on the left on "Wi-Fi" to access its settings.

Wi-Fi Settings

4- Fourth step:

Once we are in the Wi-Fi network settings, the available Wi-Fi networks will appear in a list, both those that we have configured and those that we do not. The first Wi-Fi network that appears is the network your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G is connected to, it should appear as “Current network”. Click on the cogwheel icon that appears to the right of the name of the wireless network to see the details.

Wi-Fi network settings

5- Fifth step:

We will see the details of the Wi-Fi network saved in your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G and whose access password we want to share to connect from another device. We go all the way down until we see a QR icon with the text "QR Code" on the left. Press to see the QR code.

See Wi-Fi network QR code

6- Sixth step:

The QR code will appear on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G screen. Scan the QR code from the other device you want to connect to the Wi-Fi web. If you don't know how to read a QR code, click here to see the instructions.

Share Wi-Fi

7- Seventh step:

You can save the QR code as an image to use it directly later or print it and place it in a visible place so that your guests or clients can connect quickly without having to give the network password. You can also share it by pressing the "Share" button on the right.

Share or download Wi-Fi QR

Final notes

Remember that you can generate a QR code for each different Wi-Fi network to which you connect from your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G. If these steps to see the QR code of the Wi-Fi network on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G have not been useful, check again that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G is connected to the Wi-Fi network and not through the data connection.

If you cannot find the QR code following the indicated steps, you may need to update the operating system of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G that comes from the factory with Android version 10.0, see this tutorial: How to update Samsung.

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