4 Ways to use your android phone as WiFi extender

You are in the right place if you are looking for a WiFi Repeater apk, WiFi Signal Booster apk, or WiFi signal Booster apk. In this tutorial, you will learn how to use your Android phone as WiFi extender. Your phone will now work as a WiFi extender.

Your WiFi signals are present, but they are too weak to allow you to surf even a single page. To begin with, you will be unable to connect to a weak network, and even if you do, the internet connection will be poor. In this article, you’ll learn how to use your Android phone as a WiFi extender to improve WiFi connections. An Android phone is required, and it will act as a repeater to extend your WiFi connection.

Android phone as WiFi extender

Your WI-FI connection isn’t strong enough to reach your entire house; therefore, you’ll need a WiFi extender or a WiFi signal booster. WiFi connections are frequently strong at the entry of a room and weaken as you enter the room. A WiFi extender or booster is a device that increases the WiFi network’s coverage area.

You may leverage your Android phone as a Wi-Fi extender or booster in a variety of ways. Some of them necessitate the use of third-party Android apps, while others can be achieved without the use of any third-party Android apps.

Method 1: Using WiFi bridge (WiFi) Tethering facility as a WiFi booster

In this method, you can use your Android phone as WiFi extender without using third-party software. There is an option for a Wi-Fi Bridge facility in many Android mobile phones. I have a Huawei Mate-10 phone, and it has this facility.

Android to Wi-Fi Extender
Using android phone to boost Wi-Fi signals

Place your Android phone in a location where it can swiftly receive WiFi signals, and your laptop can likewise receive the signals from your Android phone. Your Android phone will act as a connection point between your computer and WiFi. In the list of accessible networks, another WiFi connection will appear. The signal strength for this connection will be stronger. Connect by clicking on it. Enter the password and have a good time.

Method 2: Using NetShare – no-root-tethering

This is a third-party Android application and works as a Wi-Fi Repeater or Wi-Fi Signals Booster.

Wifi Extender

Step 1: Download the application from Google Play Store and install it.

Step 2: Open the app and tick on “Start WiFi Hotspot”. It will receive signals from your outranged WiFi connection and give back to your Laptop or PC.

Step 3: In order to use this application, you will have to set the proxy settings. Head to Control Panel then select Network and Internet. Hover to Internet options>connections. Click on the LAN settings option.

Step 4: Tick on “use a proxy server for your LAN…” and enter the IP address and port number provided by the application.

Step 5: The network name and password will be the same as those generated by the Android application. You cannot change your SSID or Password. Note the password. Click on WiFi select the SSID and click on “Connect”.

Step 6: Provide the password and you are connected to a stronger network than that of your WiFi.

Note: The WiFi extender will not be available as long as you enter the proxy settings. It is a must to configure proxy settings. The application will not work without it.

Method 3: Using Net Share – Extend a Wi-Fi network to all devices

This is also a third-party Android application that aims at boosting WiFi signals by acting as a repeater.

Step 1: Download the application from Google Play Store and install it.

Step 2: The setting of this application is straightforward. Just click on the Share button after configuring proxy settings as done in the previous method. Here also, you cannot change the SSID or password.

Step 3: Click on Wi-Fi> available networks and connect to the new Wi-Fi which is actually a boosted version of your own WiFi

This application has also got some negative reviews. One of the clients was complaining about too many ads showing in the app. He says;

Method 4: NetBridge- No Root Tethering

This Android software also allows you to use your Android phone as WiFi Extender. Ninja Net Studio is the company behind it. To get NetBridge – No Root Tethering for Android, go to Google Play Store and search for NetBridge. It is available for download and installation. When you click “Go” after installation, you’ll see the interface below.

For Android, iPhone, Mac, and Windows, this software has distinct options. To see its settings, tap on the corresponding tab. Let’s have a glance at its Android and Windows settings. You can also look at other options by using the tabs provided.


• Connect your device to the NetBridge hotspot.

• Open the settings app by tapping on it. You’ll be in the general settings category when the settings app loads.

  • Tap on the network & internet settings category
  • Check WiFi settings from the drop-down menu.
  • On the network interface of the hotspot, tap or log in and pick edit settings from the dropdown menu.
  • Tap Advanced Options from the drop-down menu and adjust the proxy settings to manual. Fill in the following fields under HTTP Proxy:
  • Proxy hostname:
    • Proxy Port: 9099
  • When you are done setting up your proxy server, tap on the save button and enjoy the internet access.


  • Connect your device to the NetBridge WiFi hotspot.
  • Head over to Control Panel->Network and Internet->Internet choices from the drop-down menu.
  • At the top of the internet options, open the Connections tab.
  • Click on LAN settings from the drop-down menu.
  • Go to “Use a proxy server for your LAN” and input the proxy’s network address and port.
  • Server:
    • Port: 9099

Once you’ve finished configuring your proxy server, hit the save button and enjoy your internet access.


We covered how to use your Android phone as WiFi extender or repeater in this guide. It works wonderfully, and all of these ways have been tried and true. If you run into any difficulties or have any questions, please post them in the comments section. We will gladly assist anyone in need—best of luck.

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