Return to your Android device’s Settings > Wireless & Networks > Wi-Fi panel and tap Wi-Fi Settings. Find your network’s name (SSID) on the list of nearby Wi-Fi networks. If your network’s name is not on the list, the AP or router may be hiding its SSID. Click Add Network to configure your network name manually.
Why is my Wi-Fi network not showing up?
Make sure your computer/device is still in the range of your router/modem. Move it closer if it is currently too far away. Go to Advanced > Wireless > Wireless Settings, and check the wireless settings. Double check your Wireless Network Name and SSID is not hided.
Why can’t I see my Wi-Fi on my phone?
If your Android phone won’t connect to Wi-Fi, you should first make sure that your phone isn’t on Airplane Mode, and that Wi-Fi is enabled on your phone. If your Android phone claims it’s connected to Wi-Fi but nothing will load, you can try forgetting the Wi-Fi network and then connecting to it again.
How do I unhide my WiFi network on Android?
- Tap Settings.
- Network & Internet.
- Tap Wi-Fi.
- Ensure that the WiFi switch (upper-right) is turned on.
- Tap Add network.
- From the Network SSID field, enter the appropriate network name.
- From the Security field, tap the Dropdown menu.
- Tap the applicable security option:
All this means is that your computer sees a wireless broadcast that is not presenting a SSID. If you were to attempt to use it the first thing your connection wizard will ask for is the SSID which you would input. Then it would ask your for the security information like typical wireless connections.
- In the lower-right corner of your screen, click the WiFi icon.
- Click Network Settings > Wi-Fi > Hidden Network > Connect.
- Enter the SSID (network name).
- Click Next.
- Enter the network security key (password).
- Click Next. Your computer connects to the network.
How do I find my Wi-Fi SSID on Android?
- From the Apps menu, select “Settings”.
- Select “Wi-Fi”.
- Within the list of networks, look for the network name listed next to “Connected”. This is your network’s SSID.
What is this SSID?
The abbreviation SSID stands for Service Set Identifier. This is the unique name that identifies a wireless network. It is in the packet header when a data packet is transmitted. The devices on the Wi-Fi network use this identifier for communications via the network.
How do I connect my Android phone to my Wi-Fi?
Share Wi-Fi info with a friend
- Open your device’s Settings app.
- Tap Network & internet. Internet.
- Tap your Wi-Fi network. Share.
- Your phone will give you a QR code. To join the same network, scan the code on another device.