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Chances are good you have a wireless network at home and / or at work. If your Android phone has Wi-Fi capability (and most ...
do), you can connect your Android phone to your wireless network. This will offer generally faster download speeds as well as save your phone's data plan.
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How to connect your Android phone to a wireless network
Hi, this is Michael Callahan from “Doctor File Finder” and welcome to your Butterscotch Tutorial in How to connect to a wireless network from your Android phone. So I have an android phone. We’re going to tap settings. We’re done that. We’re going to tap on Wireless and networks. And now you see Wi-Fi settings. You can also see above Wi-Fi is on and is connected to my network here. We’re going to look under Wi-Fi settings, tap that. Now once we’ve tap that, you can see that there’s an option to Notify you when there’s an open network available. You can tackle that on or off as you so choose. And then here’s a listing of wireless networks that are close to me.
Here is mine. So for an example, we’ll tap on Tomlinson. You can also see here with the lock that these networks are secured in our variety of ways. These are using WEP. Now we’ll hit Tomlinson. And we go onto that. You’ll see that it’s prompting us to put in the password which I of course don’t know.
Now if you’re typing in the password, sometimes it gets confusing especially if you have a complex password. You can tap this box, then it shows you the letters or numbers as you type them in. then once you’ve successfully type in the network password, you just tap connect and assuming your password word is correct, you would be connected.
So this is connecting to a wireless network from your Android phone and that’s all there is to it.