Microsoft has added support in Windows 10 for enabling and disabling Mobile Hotspot remotely. Although the Mobile Access Point feature (formerly known as Virtual Networks) was introduced with the initial release of Windows 10, this feature was recently added. With that Switch on remotely function for Mobile point of access sure Windows 10Any user can use Bluetooth on their mobile phone to enable or disable the mobile hotspot.
Enable or disable the remote mobile access point
We will discuss two ways to remotely enable the mobile remote access point feature on Windows 10:
- Using the Windows 10 Settings application.
- Using the Windows Registry Editor.
1) Using the Windows 10 Settings application
Open the Windows 10 Settings application> Network and Internet> Mobile Access Point.
Scroll to the section of Switch on remotely.
For the option of Allow another device to activate the mobile hotspot, make sure that the Bluetooth of both devices is on and you are paired, activate the button to set it to Sure.
This will allow the Turn the point of remote mobile accessy feature.
2) Use the Windows Registry Editor
Open the Windows 10 registry editor and navigate to the following path:
Computer HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE Microsoft WcmSvc Tethering
For the DWORD RemoteStartupDisabled, define the valuable data to be 0 at Activate functionality. Set the value data on 1 at deactivate he.
I hope this tutorial will help you.