How to connect to a wifi network in android

To connect to a Wi-Fi network on an Android device, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Settings app: Tap on the gear-shaped icon in the app drawer or swipe down the notification panel and tap the gear icon there.
  2. In the Settings menu, look for the “Wi-Fi” option and tap on it. This will take you to the Wi-Fi settings page.
  3. Ensure that the Wi-Fi toggle at the top of the screen is turned on. It should be in the “On” position.
  4. The device will start scanning for available Wi-Fi networks. Wait for a moment until the list of available networks appears.
  5. From the list of available networks, tap on the name of the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to. If the network is secured, you will need to enter the password to connect. If it’s an open network, you might connect automatically.
  6. After entering the password (if applicable), tap on the “Connect” button.
  7. The device will attempt to connect to the selected Wi-Fi network. Once connected, you’ll see a “Connected” status next to the network name in the Wi-Fi settings.

Your Android device is now connected to the Wi-Fi network, and you should be able to use the internet and other network services. The device will automatically connect to this network whenever it’s in range, as long as the Wi-Fi feature is turned on. If you want the device to forget the network or disconnect, you can do so from the same Wi-Fi settings page.

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