Connecting to the eduroam wifiSupport


  1. SamSpam3

    SamSpam3 New Member

    Hey, guys. Firstly I'd like to apologise if there's already a forum concerning this topic and particular phone (I did try and find it). I'm having a lot of grief over connecting to the eduroam network at Winchester University.

    Basically, the beloved San Francisco II doesn't connect at all. I have been to see the tech guys who couldn't help, and I've tried to do everything possible in completing this task. The Security is something like PEAP and then the long PSXV2 or something, I can type in my username and password just fine, but when I push "Save", it never connects.

    I have seen in certain forums that the San Francisco II doesn't like the security of the eduroam network or something. Fantastic finding that out after I bought it. I'm not selling my phone or buying a new one. That is not an option.

    However, I went to an wifi spot in the town and connected fine to their free wireless, but I couldn't access the internet or download anything. Google Play loaded just fine, but I couldn't download a thing.

    What is wrong with this phone?!

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  2. osaeris

    osaeris New Member

    I've successfully connected to our Eduroam with my Wildfire.

    I have to use ProxyDroid to activate when I connect to Eduroam as there's no system wide proxy in my CyanogenMod installation. In addition I use the following settings:

    EAP Method: PEAP
    Phase 2: none
    CA Cert: Unspecified
    Identity: YOURUSERNAME
    Anonymous Identity: (empty field)
    Password: YOURPASSWORD

    Hope that helps a bit
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