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Connecting tablet to BT wifi hotspot


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timo4art

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I have a Chromebook in my shop which can connect to a local BT Hotspot all day with no problems.   I borrowed a 7" tablet and could only connect intermittently throughout the day with the tablet loosing connection quite frequently and only picking it up in certain areas of the room.  I want to get a larger tablet, say a 10" Samsung Galaxy pro, and use that in the shop.  Does anyone know if this should obtain a more consistent connection with the Hotspot?  Is there a way of telling if a device is more likely to connect to a Hotspot by checking the specifications of the device?  What component receives the signal?


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