Personal Hotspot does not work in iOS9? it is missing or you can not connect correctly to the WiFi from your Macbook? Look at the following solution to fix.
The new features that iOS 9 brings your crickets small but very useful, not only run faster iPhone, but also help users save time considerably. However, too many users have been reporting that they get trouble with the personal Hotspot function.
The personal Hotspot is not missing and still available. However, I could not make my laptop connect to the WiFi released by my iPhone 6 after upgrading to iOS 9.0.2 even the Password was provided correctly.
Your case might be different.
Whatever it is, How to fix Personal Hotspot problem in iOS9?
If it is missing or does not work, follow the below steps in order from 1 to 5.
1. Set the right information in Cellular Data Network
- Access Settings → Tap on Cellular, then tab Cellular Data Network. You then should be able to look at the “CELLULAR DATA” and “PERSONAL HOTSPOT” sections:
You can google or even make a phone call to the carrier service to ask for the right APN name. You may have to keep the APN and just fill the username below it.
2. Reboot always solve iPhone problem including Personal Hotspot issues
Hold together the home button and power one to reboot your iPhone.
3. Reset network settings
You can attempt to reset the Network Setting in iOS9: Settings → General → Reset → Reset Network Settings → Enter Passcode to confirm.
4. Reset the entire settings
To do it, go to Settings → then General → then tab Reset → then choose Reset All Settings → you need to enter the Passcode to confirm your action.
5. Wait for the newer upgrade released or Restore your iOS 9 device using iTunes
This is the last chance you can try. Connect your iPhone to iTunes, and then follow the following picture:
After the above solutions and the Personal Hotspot still missing or does not work right away, bring your iOS9 device to apple store for deeper supports.