Wrap Pro is not installed by default, when you try to connect to a Wi-Fi network, check if there are any WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Service) protection enabled, make sure it's on. Wrap Pro is NOT INSTALLED BY FAKE — I tried it on my Android phone, and It is still NOT INSTALLED by default. Wrap Pro will not If you have other kind of protection, check to see if we support it on our site. Thanks! Wrap Pro is an Android application that allows you to create a secure Wi-Fi hotspot from your Android smartphone or tablet. The application works by checking to see if the network to access is under protected by WPS protocol. If the network is under WPS protection you are required to provide a security password as a WPS pin. The application works with the following WPS versions: 2-pin (WPA2), 3-pin (WPA1), 4-pin (WPA1), 5-pin (WPA2), 6-pin (WPA1), and 7-pin (WPA2). It is also possible to use it with the Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA2) encryption and key exchange standard. Wrap Pro works by automatically checking to see if all the WPS channels are secure, which is different from a normal security password or key that is supplied by a router in the settings. It takes approximately 10 seconds to connect to a Wi-Fi network. To use this application you must have an Android device with an Android version below 4.0.2 and a browser of between IE10 and Firefox 42. You may need to install the ad blocker and add-ons. When you connect it automatically displays a button under the app icon. At this button click on the Settings tab (see photo below) to set up your Wi-Fi password. The PIN is stored encrypted in Android and this PIN is used to confirm or cancel connections on the app, if you have multiple connections to the network. Tested device: android.com.flux.wrap pro [verification] [APK Mirror] What's New in Wrap Pro 1.6.