||An event object used to update
HotspotAuthenticationAgent during any hotspot process.
||Hotspot authentication agents serve as intermediaries between client applications and
hotpost status listeners (
HotspotStatusListener), initiating login/logout and monitoring the state of the client
application's connections to various hotspots.
||Classes that extend the abstract class HotspotClient can register with the
class and manage connections between the application to which they belong and the system that
controls the device's Wi-Fi radio.
||The HotspotClientRegistry allows client applications to add themselves to and remove themselves
from the system which controls the device's Wi-Fi radio.
||HotspotCredentialsAgent is an abstract class that must be extended by the class that manages a
hotspot client's credentials.
||This class is used as a container for hotspot information passed from client to system.
||A runtime exception thrown during a hotspot-related operation.
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