Tethering is a handy feature on Oppo phones that allows you to share your mobile internet connection with other devices, such as your laptop or tablet. Here's how:

Step 1: Go to settings

To get started, open the "Settings" app on your Oppo phone.

Step 2: Select "Hotspot and tethering" option

In the settings, find the option "Hot spot & tethering" and tap on it.

Step 3: Enable Personal Hotspot

On the "Hot spot and tethering" screen, you will find the "Portable Wi-Fi tethering" option. Enable this option by toggling it to "Enabled".

Step 4: Customize settings

After enabling tethering, you can customize the settings according to your preferences. You can change the Wi-Fi network name, set a password and choose the type of security.

Be sure to choose a secure password to protect your shared connection.

Step 5: Connect your devices

Once you have configured tethering settings, you can connect your other devices, such as your laptop, to your Oppo phone using the Wi-Fi network you created.

Find the name of the Wi-Fi network you have set in the settings and enter the password if necessary. Once connected, your device will be able to use your Oppo phone's internet connection.

It's important to note that tethering can use your mobile data plan, so be sure to check your data limit and make sure you have an adequate plan.

With these simple steps, you can easily share your Oppo phone's internet connection with other devices and stay connected wherever you are.

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