Connect to eduroam on Android 3.x - 6.x


Note: These instructions were created using a Nexus 6 running Android 5.0. Labels for fields and buttons, and how screens are organized may differ slightly from device to device, depending on the version of Android you are running.

  1. Go to Settings, and choose Wi-Fi.
  2. Turn Wi-Fi on if it is not already.
  3. You should now see a list of available wireless networks. Tap eduroam.

    Choose Network

  4. In the next screen, choose the following settings:
    • For EAP method, choose PEAP
    • For Phase 2 authentication, choose MSCHAPV2
    • For CA certificate and User certificate, leave as Unspecified
    • In Identity, type UTORid@utoronto.ca (replacing UTORid with your actual UTORid) 
    • In Password, type your password
    • Tap Connect

      Settings

  5. If it does not connect properly, turn Wi-Fi off and then on again.You will see the status of the connection under Wi-Fi.

    Connected

Last update:
2017-01-20 09:42
Author:
Amanda Wagner
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