Updated September 29, 2018 13:08:23The latest version of Netgear’s wireless router firmware, released to customers in the United States earlier this month, adds several new features.
These include a new Wi-Fi hotspot feature and a Wi-FTP support feature.
Netgear has been busy updating the firmware for the A50 Wireless Router, the first wireless router to support 802.11ac, as well as the A20 Wireless Router.
The new firmware for both routers adds Wi-fi hotspot support, 802.1x, and Bluetooth support for devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The A50 and A20 have both been updated to version 4.7.0, which is available now.
The Wi-FI hotspot is the first feature added to the A70 Wireless Router and A50.
The router supports the 802.15.4 standard, which allows wireless networks to share network bandwidth.
When enabled, this feature enables a hotspot to be shared across multiple devices, and the router automatically detects the network’s current configuration and allows users to switch on the hotspot.
Wi-Fi is the second feature added for the new wireless router.
This is a feature that allows users connect to their wireless networks using a USB-powered adapter that can be used to connect a Wiimote or a Bluetooth-enabled device.
If a user chooses to connect using a Wiimmote, they can also use the A80 Wireless Router to connect to a network.
When the router is turned on, the A30 Wireless Router allows users access to their Wi-Wifi networks, as long as they’re connected to a wired network.
Netgnet says the Wi-Power feature allows users with the A60 Wireless Router or A40 Wireless Router who are connected to the same wireless network to control their Wiimotes remotely.
This feature also allows users who use Bluetooth devices or Wi-Meters to control and manage their wireless devices.
The wireless hotspot, Wi-Amp, and Wi-Connect feature are all added to add more features.
The new firmware also includes Wi-Link and Wiink support for the R7830 and R7850, two older routers.
Wi-LINK and WiLINK+ are also included.
Wiink+ allows users on older networks to connect with their network directly over Bluetooth.
The R7870 and R7950 also support 802