HOW TO: Connect to eduroam with Android OS

1. Pull down from the top of the screen. Click on Settings.

Arrow pointing to settings

2. Click on Network & Internet 

Arrow pointing to Network & Internet

3. Make sure Wi-Fi is turned on.  Click on eduroam.

Arrow pointing to eduroam 

4. Some versions of Android may require you to manually enter the EAP method and certificate options. If so: 
·For "EAP method" select PEAP.
·For "Phase 2 authentication" select MSCHAPV2.
5. On some versions of Android, you may need to set "CA Certificate" to Use system certificates and "Domain" to If it does not connect using system certificates, leave the certificate unspecified and try again.
6. Fill out these fields for all phones:
·In the Identity field, enter (do not use
·Leave Anonymous Identity blank.
·Put your Clemson password in the password field

You may also need to change Metered Network from auto to unmetered, as well as "MAC Address Type" to "Device MAC" rather than "Randomized". 

Then click CONNECT

Identity field and password fields highlighted, arrow pointing to connect

7. You are now connected to eduroam. 

 eduroam shows as connected in Wi-Fi


If you have more questions, email or call 864-656-3494.


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