Hi, My name is ***** ***** certified computer professional with over 10 years experience. I will be glad to assist you with this. .I am sorry to hear that you are having this issue. Windows 10 is compatible and should work great with your android hotspot.
Try these steps please;
Step 1:On the Start Screen, right-click the lower left portion to open the shortcut list and click Device Manager.
Step 2:Look for Network adapters and click on the Flag button to expand. Right-click on the wireless network adapter and click uninstall.
Step 3:On the Confirm Device Uninstall window, check Delete the driver software for this device then click OK.
Then reboot and try connecting to the hotspot again.
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okay, what is the brand/model of your computer please?
if the wireless was working well on the computer prior to the upgrade, then the uninstall and reinstall of the wireless network adapter will correct the issue that you are having.
okay, when you right click on the wireless adapter does it give you the uninstall option?
if you choose uninstall and then reboot the mac will automatically reinstall the adapter. It will reconfigure the settings and if there was a glitch with the Windows 10 update/install the reinstall of the adapter will correct the issue.
okay, try rebooting the phone and then restart the hotspot.
Okay, sorry about that. I will open the question and let the other experts take a look at it. Thank you for your patience.
You're welcome. Great. So when Windows 10 got updated, its identity was changed, and your phone's permission was set to only "Allow devices". I'm glad you got it working now. Do you need help with anything else on your Windows 10? Or anything else? Please let me know. Thank you.