Some security features are not only a matter of security but also of usability. Like the ability to share the passwords to WiFi hotspots that we have stored on our mobile. From Android 10 onwards, we can do this with a QR code generated separately for each access point stored on our smartphone.
With the advent of Android 12, however, we will be able to share WiFi passwords as they are using the Nearby Sharing method. It is not certain whether the process will require Android 12 on the recipient device or whether there will be cross-version compatibility. In any case, it will be a convenience, even if you just want to send a password to yourself to remember who it is.
Source: Digital Life! by www.digitallife.gr.
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