This chapter covers your Android phone’s connectivity capabilities, including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, VPN, and NFC. Topics include the following:
→ Pairing with Bluetooth devices
→ Connecting to Wi-Fi networks
→ Connecting to virtual private networks (VPNs)
→ Using Wi-Fi Direct between two Android devices
→ Using Near Field Communications (NFC)
Your Android phone can connect to Bluetooth devices—such as headsets, computers, and car in-dash systems—as well as to Wi-Fi networks. Your Android phone can also connect to virtual private networks (VPN) for access to secure networks and can send information ...