Android Wireless OS 2.0+
This guide is meant to show users how to configure UCONN-SECURE wireless on your Android device. Any questions beyond this guide can be referred to HuskyTech.
- This guide is known to work on Android OS v. 2.0, other previous versions may require additional steps beyond what is shown here..
- Change your NetID password at https://netid.uconn.edu from a wired connection.
- If you have changed your NetID later than March 4, 2008 then you do not have to perform this step.
- This will change your password for ALL applications that use NetID such as your Exchange/Huskymail account and HuskyCT
- Press "Menu" and then select "Settings". – See an example
- Select "Wireless & networks" – See an example
- Make sure "Wi-Fi" is checked (so that the radio signal is on) and then select "Wi-Fi settings." – See an example
- Select "UCONN-SECURE" under "Wi-Fi networks". – See an example
- Enter the following credentials as displayed in the image:
- EAP Method: PEAP
- Phase 2 authentication: None
- CA certificate: N/A
- Client certificate: N/A
- Identity: Your netID (i.e. abc12345)
- Anonymous identity: Leave blank
- Wireless password: Your netID/HuskyMail password
- Select "Connect" – See an example
- You should then be taken back to the screen with the available Wi-Fi networks, select UCONN-SECURE and select "Connect" – See an example
- Once you are connected the following screen should be displayed: – See an example