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Connect to eduroam (Android)

Connect to the eduroam secure wireless network using an Android device. 

This article applies to: Wi-Fi

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Because many different versions of Android are in use, the instructions that follow are intended to provide a general guide how to configure your Wi-Fi settings. Your own device's exact appearance may differ. The General Setup steps work for Chromebook.

General Setup

  1. On the list of available networks, tap eduroam.
  2. Enter or select the following in the appropriate fields. They may not have exactly these titles.
    • EAP method: PEAP
    • Phase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPV2.
    • CA certificate: Use system certificates or Unspecified or Do Not Validate The wording varies from device to device.
    • Username or Identity: Your, for example
    • Anonymous Identity (if present): leave blank
    • Password: Your NetID password
  3. Tap Connect.
  4. If asked to accept the network-access. certificate, click Yes.

Pixel 6 and 7 with Android 13

  1. On your Android device, swipe down twice to find the settings option.
  2. Tap Settings, then Network & internet, then Internet.
  3. Tap eduroam.
  4. Tap EAP method, then select PEAP.
  5. Tap Phase 2 authentication, then select MSCHAPV2.
  6. Tap CA certificate, then select Use system certificates.
  7. Tap Online Certificate Status, then select Do not verify.
  8. Tap the line under Domain and enter
  9. Tap the line under Identity and enter your address (for example,
  10. Tap the line under Password and enter your NetID password.
  11. Tap Connect at the bottom of the screen.

Samsung Devices Android 10

  1. On your Android device, tap Settings.
  2. Tap Connections.
  3. Tap Wi-Fi.
  4. Go to Step 4 in the Android 13 setup listed above. 


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