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See also: How to setup mobile Hotspot on AndroidOnline reports say this feature is part of Google Play Services 10.2.
The new feature is called Instant Tethering, and it is supposed to make it easier to connect to a device with a mobile hotspot.
A new and previously unannounced feature is starting to roll out today as part of a server-side update to Google Play Services.
While some people are reporting Instant Tethering as going live right now, it looks like Google is only beginning to roll out this feature, so it may take several days for this update to reach your devices.
In that case, the tablet can quickly connect to the smartphone’s data connection without a lot of fuss.
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In other words, just because you have Google Play Services 10.2, that doesn’t mean that you have Instant Tethering — Google might need to enable the feature on its side.
Google is hoping to fix that, however, and will roll out a new feature in Google Play Services 10.2 that’s designed to make tethering much easier.
Instant Tethering will work on Android Marshmallow, and phones will be able to tether with each other.
We expect that Instant Tethering will be available on more devices as time goes on, but we don’t have official confirmation on that just yet.
The feature itself is called “Instant Tethering,” and as the name suggests, it basically links up devices connected to your Google account, making it easier to stay online if your wireless connection drops.
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Google Rolling Out Instant Tethering Feature With Google Play Services v10.2
Google is said to be adding a new feature dubbed Instant Tethering with its latest Google Play services version 10.2 framework.
Andreas Proschofsky wrote in a Google+ post, “Google Play Services 10.2 has started to roll out and it’s introducing a pretty nifty new feature: Instant tethering.
One of the Google+ users addthat the new Instant Tethering feature requires no additional setting to connect two devices with same Google account.
We also downloaded the latest Google Play services version 10.2 but the feature isn’t showing up for us.
Photo Credit: Andreas Proschofsky/ Google+The Instant Tethering feature, once available, should be listed in Google settings.