How To Know The Number Of Devices Connected to your Wifi using Smartphone

The method is very simple and depends on an Android and iOS apps that will work on your respective smartphones and will scan all the devices connected to your wifi network. Just follow the below steps to proceed.

#1 Scanning Device Connected To Your Wifi Network In Android

Step 1. First of all in your Android device, download and install the app Fing – Network ToolsAfter installing the app, launch it on your Android device.



Fing - Network Tools
Fing – Network Tools

Step 2. Now simply scan all the devices that being currently connected to the same wifi network.



Fing - Network Tools
Fing – Network Tools

Step 3. Now a list of devices will get displayed that are being currently using the same wifi network.



Fing - Network Tools
Fing – Network Tools

Step 4. You can know details about the connected WiFi by simply tapping on them



Fing - Network Tools
Fing – Network Tools

That’s it! You are done, now you can check the Mac address of a device and can block it on your router.

Using Wifi Inspector

This is another app that serves the same like Fing, well it is much easier compared to Fing. Wifi Inspector is a simple tool to see all the devices connected to our network (both wired and wifi, whether consoles, TVs, pcs, tablets, phones, etc.) are giving relevant data such as IP address, manufacturer, device name and MacAddress.

Step 1. First of all, download and install the app WiFi inspector on your Android device and launch it.
Inspektor Wifi
Price: Free

  • Inspektor Wifi Screenshot
  • Inspektor Wifi Screenshot
  • Inspektor Wifi Screenshot
  • Inspektor Wifi Screenshot
  • Inspektor Wifi Screenshot
  • Inspektor Wifi Screenshot
  • Inspektor Wifi Screenshot
  • Inspektor Wifi Screenshot
Step 2. Now it will show you the network. Just tap on “Inspect Network” to continue.



Using Wifi Inspector
Using Wifi Inspector

Step 3. Now it will scan for the devices that are connected to your WiFi network.



Using Wifi Inspector
Using Wifi Inspector

Step 4. Now it will show you the entire list of devices connected to your wifi network.



Using Wifi Inspector
Using Wifi Inspector

That’s it! You are done, you can now block the devices by going through your router settings.

Using NetCut:

NetCut is a free tool which works fine on rooted Android devices. However, if you just want to look for the users connected to your WiFi then you use this app without rooting.
This app quickly detect all network user in WiFi, even when your phone has no valid IP address or not been granted use wifi Internet.
Step 1. First of all download and install Netcut on your Android smartphone and then launch the app.
NetCut
Developer: arcai.com
Price: Free+

  • NetCut Screenshot
  • NetCut Screenshot
  • NetCut Screenshot
  • NetCut Screenshot
  • NetCut Screenshot
Step 2. Make sure you are connected to the WiFi network which you want to scan and then it will prompt you that your device is not rooted. Simply click on ‘Ok’ to continue.



Using NetCut
Using NetCut

Step 3. Now under option, you need to enable the “Fast Scan”



Using NetCut
Using NetCut

Step 4. Now from the homepage, you need to tap on the ‘Refresh’ icon.



Using NetCut
Using NetCut

Step 5. Here the app will show you all the users connected to your Wifi network. You can copy the mac address from there and can block them if you wish.



Using NetCut
Using NetCut

So, this is how we can use NetCut to find devices connected to our WiFi network.

#2 Scanning Devices Connected To Your Wifi Network In iPhone




Fing - Network Tools for iOS
Fing – Network Tools for iOS

Step 1. First of all, on your iOS device, download and install the app Fing – Network ToolsAfter installing the app, launch it on your iPhone.
Step 2. Now simply scan all the devices that are being currently connected to the same wifi network.
Step 3. Now a list of devices will get displayed that are being currently using the same wifi network.
That’s it! You are done, now you can check the Mac address of a device and can block it on your router.
So above is all about How To Check Devices Connected To Your Wifi Using Your Smartphone. With the above methods, you can easily trace out devices that are being currently connected to your wifi network. Hope you like this, do share with others too. Leave a comment below if you have any related queries with this.




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