Ok, Instead of Turning the Hotspot on via GUI Every time.. you can add a Startup Applications Preference for your Hotspot Connection..
to add the command to Startup Applications Preferences, you need to know your connection name..
to know the connection name..
nm-connection-editor and look for the required connection
or once the Hotspot is on, run
nmcli device show | grep GENERAL.CONNECTION:
parrot@i7-4770U:~$ nmcli device show | grep GENERAL.CONNECTION:
So the required connection name is
to turn on and off this connection, the below commands are used..
nmcli connection up MyHotSpot
nmcli connection down MyHotSpot
So to turn on the HotSpot at every boot..
add the command
nmcli connection up MyHotSpot to Startup Application Preferences like this
the below pic is a automatic gnome-screenshot with delay of 10 secs after a reboot which shows Hotspot is On.