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Hi. In the UK, on O2 network.

Trying to use my phone (S21) as a hotspot for my laptop. Connected via USB cable. In connection settings I go to 'Mobile Hotspot and Tethering' > turn ON 'Mobile Hotspot' > turn on 'USB Tethering'. On my laptop, under Wi-Fi, I can then see my phone. When I select 'Connect', it asks me for a 'Network Security Key (NSK)'.

I have no idea what that is, it isn't anything I can find on my phone, it isn't my home Wi-Fi password. EVERY post I've read about it is incorrect. Does anyone actually know what the NSK is, and why I'm being asked to enter one?

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