With the proliferation of mobile devices, it’s important to be able to find your wireless network name and password. If you have an Android phone, this is especially important, as Android does not include a built-in network utility. This guide will show you how to find your network name and password on an Android phone.
What is SSID?
SSID stands for Service Set Identifier. It is a unique identifier assigned to each wireless network. Wi-Fi networks, for example, use SSIDs. Your Android phone can scan for available Wi-Fi networks and connect to them automatically.
To find your Android phone’s SSID, open the “Settings” app on your phone and scroll down to the “Wireless & Networks” section. There, you’ll see a list of all the wireless networks your phone has connected to in the past. You can also view current networks by tapping on the “Wi-Fi” icon under “Network & Internet.”
How to find your SSID on Android
If you are looking for your network’s name or encryption type, open your Android’s “Settings” app. Tap on “Wi-Fi” and look for the network called “SSID.” If you’re not sure what the SSID is, check your router’s documentation.
To connect to a specific Wi-Fi network, open the Google Play Store and search for “Wi-Fi Connections.” Tap on one of the networks and enter the password if required.
If you’re having trouble finding your wireless network name or password, here are a few tips that might help. First, make sure that your phone is connected to the same network as your computer. If you’re using a mobile broadband connection, make sure that the phone is also connected to the same network as your computer. Next, try searching for your network name or password in an online search engine like Google. Finally, if all else fails, contact your provider or manufacturer about resetting your settings.