The LG Ally can provide you with many powerful features using its Internet connection, like apps in Google Play, automatically updating email accounts and of course Web browsing. In many cases you may need to use the Internet on another device, perhaps for convenience or for specific apps not available to the Ally. By using the 3G Mobile Hotspot feature on your phone you can get other devices, like your iPod Touch, on the Internet just as though you had a standard Wi-Fi router nearby.
Tap the "Applications tab" on the home screen on your LG Ally.
Tap the "3G Mobile Hotspot" app.
Tap the "3G Mobile Hotspot" option to place a check in the box beside it.
Tap "Continue" if the overview of the hotspot feature appears. You can also tap "Do not display this reminder in the future" and then "Continue" to disable this prompt when you use the 3G Mobile Hotspot again.
Tap "Turn on Mobile Hotspot."
Press the "Back" button to return to the screen where you first enabled the hotspot.
Tap "3G Mobile Hotspot settings." Here you will see the name of the Wi-Fi network you'll be broadcasting. This will be the network you connect your iPod Touch to. You can also enable security options at this page to require a password for devices to connect to your network.
Tap "Settings" on your iPod Touch.
Tap "Wi-Fi" to turn on Wi-Fi.
Tap on your LG Ally's network. This is network name you saw earlier in the "3G Mobile Hotspot settings" screen.
Type in your Wi-Fi network password. If you did not set up a password, your iPod will connect within a few moments, and you'll be able to access the Internet normally.
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