我想通过我的MacBook Pro创建的接入点连接我的Android手机（三星Galaxy Nexus Runing Stock Jellybean）到我的MacBook Pro（2012年初，运行OSX Lion）。
I'd like to connect my Android phone (Samsung Galaxy Nexus running Stock JellyBean) to my Macbook Pro (early-2012, running OSX Lion) via an access point created by my Macbook Pro.
Sadly I can't even see the access point on my Android phone.
Does anyone know a possible solution to this problem?
Additional information: A nearby Windows-PC and iPhone can connect to the AdHoc-network of the Macbook. The android phone can connect to all other wifi.
In Snow Leopard (sorry, I don't have a Lion to try this with):
In System Preferences > Sharing,
On the Network Preference Pane, or on the menu bar,
Your device should see your Mac as a WiFi access point.
I am going to expand on the previous answer:
The stock Android OS doesn't see Ad-Hoc wifi points - this has been programmed in. Why Google decided this, I have no idea.
The wifi access point, as you said, is an Ad-Hoc network, as such Android doesn't see it.
The previous answer tells you how to turn the Ad-Hoc network into a wifi access point - like the ones routers use.
Most custom ROMs allow you to connect to Ad-Hoc networks as if they were normal wifi hotspots.