- Select the Home button, and then select the Apps button. Navigate to Settings.
- Under “Wireless and Networks,” confirm "Wi-Fi" is turned on, then select Wi-Fi.
- 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.
- 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.
- If prompted, enter the correct Wi-Fi network password, and select Connect. This will complete the connection to the wireless network.
- 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.