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I use connectify to create a wifi hotspot which I use in my Android device. But a problem occurs that the internet access stops after a minute or so in my Android device. I have to restart connectify so that it works fine again, but again I face the same problem in a minute or so.

Its not a problem with my device as it runs properly on other wifi networks.

Any solution to this??

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closed as off-topic by BenjiWiebe, Mokubai Jan 7 '15 at 22:18

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  • "This question is not about computer hardware or software, within the scope defined in the help center." – Mokubai
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Use a portable small utility mHotspot instead of Connectify. Connectify does have such type of issues. So, mHotspot is my all time favorite when it comes to creating virtual hotspot.

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I've had the same problem and solved it by enabling, on connectify, local access to the device I wanted to transfer the files to.

Worked great after that.

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