- Go to Settings > Cellular.
- Tap Personal Hotspot, then tap the slider to turn it on.
If you don’t see the option for Personal Hotspot, contact your carrier to make sure that you can use Personal Hotspot with your plan.
When you connect a device to your Personal Hotspot, the status bar turns blue and shows how many devices have joined. The number of devices that can join your Personal Hotspot at one time depends on your carrier and iPhone model. If other devices have joined your Personal Hotspot using Wi-Fi, you can use only cellular data to connect to the Internet from the host device.
On the device that you want to connect to, go to Settings > Personal Hotspot and make sure that it’s on. Then verify the Wi-Fi password and name of the phone. Stay on this screen until the Nubitus is connected to the Wi-Fi network (LED of the Nubitus is flashing from purple to blue or steady blue)
In the NubitusApp, create a WiFi profile by entering the name of the phone as the SSID. In this example “John’s iPhone”. The SSID and key are case sensitives so be really careful when entering them. And the password as the key, in this example: “x1xx23xxyxxx!”. To see the information about creating a WiFi profile, there is a section of the support page on this subject.
Once the full profile is created, Transport, Destination and Settings, click on the Nubitus profile you just created to configure your key. iOS requires that you be in the Settings > Personal Hotspot section when a device is connecting to your access point, so right after you clicked on your profile, go into this section and wait that the Nubitus connects to your access point. The LED is going to flash yellow and green and when it will be WiFi connected it is going to turn blue or purple. See LED color code section in this page for more details.
Reference for the iOS parts: https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT204023