Connecting to ASU wifi on your Android device is easy and only takes a few steps.
Here is a step-by-step guide on how to connect to the ASU wifi network using any Android smartphone or tablet.
Steps to Connect to ASU Wifi on Android
1. Go to WiFi Settings
Open the Settings app on your Android device and tap on “WiFi”. Make sure WiFi is turned on.
2. Select ASU Wireless Network
Under the list of available WiFi networks, select “ASU” or “eduroam”. Tap on the network to initiate the connection.
3. Log In
You will be prompted to log in. Enter your ASU ID and password. These are the same credentials you use to access your ASU email and apps.
4. Confirm Connection
Once entered, tap Connect. Your Android device is now connected to the ASU wifi network. You should see “Connected” under the network name to confirm the connection was successful.
Tips for Connecting to ASU Wifi
- Make sure you have an active ASU ID to be able to connect.
- If you have trouble connecting, try forgetting the network and re-entering your credentials.
- Enable WiFi calling on your Android phone to improve cell reception on campus.
- For the best wifi signal, get closer to an ASU access point when connecting.
Pros of Connecting to ASU Wifi
- Free, unlimited high-speed data on campus
- Secure encrypted network
- WiFi calling and texting support
- Access to all ASU online resources
Cons of ASU Wifi
- Signal strength can vary around campus
- Too many users can slow down connection
- Spotty coverage in some buildings or garages
How do I find the closest ASU wifi access point?
Look for visible ASU wifi routers mounted on walls or ceilings. The ASU wifi map can also help locate nearby access points.
What should I do if I can’t connect to ASU wifi?
First, make sure your ASU ID credentials are correct. Also try moving closer to an access point or toggling airplane mode on and off to reset the connection.
Is the ASU wifi network secure?
Yes, ASU wifi uses enterprise-grade WPA2 encryption to protect your data and communications.