Good but would be nice if... It is a good app as a plugin as it does what it's supposed to do but one thing that concerns me is the fact that it shows the password which is an issue. You are showing this QR code as an alternative to telling them your password but if they can find your password out anyway, what is the point then? I don't want to criticise but I see this as something that would greatly improve the app.
Why? Works great but why doesn't it come with the main app? If I hang a qr code in my house now people need to download 2 apps before they can connect, when I could have just hung the password up...
Won't automatically connect Using Galaxy Ace Plus - when creating the network I specify WPA/WPA2 and use correct password. Wifi refuses to connect I go into the Wifi settings and manual setup, nothing is changed yet when I click ok wifi then connects. Apears that QR Droid is reading it as just WPA rather then WPA/WPA2 and going to manual settings just reconfirms it's the latter. Really strange. As such can only give this 3/5 at present.
Galaxy Note II Installed the initial QR Droid application and this plugin. Worked perfectly. If people are having problems, I would honestly suggest that the problem is with the QR Code rather than the application. Friend has a S3 and also works perfectly for them too.
Unreliable Tested on three different devices with an entire page of different printed codes and this app is simply unreliable and does not function. For a minute I thought I could help bars and restaurants get customers connected but it crashes every time. Not reliable.
Shows password It shows my password thus enabling guests to share or sell my password compromising my security. It was easier to type the password in. U need to download a couple apps in order to work. Didnt work to well for me.
Find, run a speed test and connect to public, password-protected Wi-Fi.