I’ve got my own Wi-fi extender to use in my home, but it’s a bit hard to get a hold of.
And, as we’ve noted before, a lot of devices are connected through Wi-FI, so I can’t just leave it in my pocket.
The Spectrum WiFi Extender was first announced at CES this year, and it’s now available to download from the Google Play Store.
The extension will allow you to use the spectrum in your home or office without having to physically connect to it, but you’ll need to be connected to it through a wireless network.
There are a few caveats, though.
First, it requires a Wi-firmware update.
Second, if you don’t already have the device with which you want to extend spectrum, you’ll have to purchase it.
Third, it’s available only in the US and Canada.
I tested the Spectrum WiFi Extension in the UK, and I can tell you that the device was able to connect to my home network with ease.
It’s a good idea to get your device up and running with the spectrum extender before trying to extend it, though, because the device won’t fully function if you’re not connected to a Wi/WiFi network.
To do so, you will need to install and enable the device’s firmware.
You can do that in the Settings app, or you can use the Spectrum app to configure the device, which lets you select which devices you want your Wi-afers to extend.
Then, connect your Spectrum Extender to your device.
Once it’s up and working, you should be able to access the spectrum you want from the Spectrum UI, though the app will still need to connect you to the spectrum.
When I tried the Spectrum LTE Extender with a few other devices, I was able connect and use the devices without issue.
If you want the device to work with more devices, you may need to enable the Spectrum Wireless Extender on the device itself, but that’s a more straightforward process.