In this era of internet, when we visit someone’s place or someone visits our place, the first question usually ask is the Wi-Fi password; rather then asking for tea or coffee. Most of the times we would have subscribed for unlimited plans at home and we genuinely does not bother to lend out our Wi-Fi password.
But what if your neighbor starts leeching all your Wi-Fi speed even after he has left your house? And you suddenly feel that you made a mistake lending him your Wi-Fi password. Apart from that, you might also want to keep a control on your kids from using internet all the time. There’s definitely a way to kick out users by opening your router configuration on your browser. But not everyone is that tech savvy.
That is why we came up with this article that will help you kick out unwanted internet users from your Wi-Fi just using your Android Smartphone. The process is quite simple; just follow the steps below to know more.
Guide to kick out unwanted people using your Wi-Fi with help of your Android device:
Step #1: You will need to install an app called “Pixel NetCut” on your Android device. Also note that the app requires root permission.
Step #2: Now grant Root permissions and scan your network. Make sure you are connected to the Wi-Fi network first.
Step #3: After the scanning process is completed, you’ll see a list of devices that are connected to that network. The list will display IP and Mac address of the device. If you are not sure which device is which, then simple tap on the device and you’ll see the manufacturer. I am pretty sure you’ll know the name of manufacturer of your devices.
Step #4: Once you have recognized the device that does not belong to you, just toggle OFF the switch beside that device and that person will be kicked off from your Wi-Fi network. In case you accidentally kicked someone you didn’t wanted to, then just toggle ON the switch for that device and he/she will again be able to use your Wi-Fi.
That’s all folks! I hope this guide was helpful. Please share it with your friends over social media and help them get rid of internet leeches.