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  1. Select the Home button, and then select the Apps button. Navigate to Settings
  2. Under “Wireless and Networks,” confirm "Wi-Fi" is turned on, then select Wi-Fi.
  3. Your Android device will detect wireless networks in range, and then displays them in a list. To rescan for available networks at any time, select Scan

    Note: You can also select Add a Wi-Fi network to manually configure a network. This is usually done if the wireless network or SSID is hidden.

  4. Select the desired Wi-Fi network. If the network is not secured, the connection should complete successfully and you can skip the remainder of these instructions. If a padlock symbol is displayed, it is secured and requires a password (also known as a Passphrase or Key) to complete the connection.
  5. If prompted, enter the correct Wi-Fi network password, and select Connect. This will complete the connection to the wireless network.
  6. If the Android device reports that it has successfully connected to the wireless network, but you still cannot access the Internet, contact the network administrator.

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