Connecting to Eduroam on an Android Device

Summary

This article provides information on connecting to Eduroam on an Android Device with the workaround using "unh.edu" as the domain option.

How-To

Task: To connect to Eduroam on an Android Device

 

IMPORTANT: We are aware of certificate issues with some Android and Google devices.  When prompted to validate the certificate, be sure to choose "Do Not Verify" (or similar wording). A temporary workaround is to use "unh.edu" as the domain option, as explained in Step 7 below.

 

Instructions

Step 1Click "Settings" on your device:

 

Step 2Click "Network and Internet", then click "Internet":

 

Step 3Click "eduroam":

 

Step 4 - Select "PEAP", then "MSCHAPV2" (if available):

 

Step 5 - Under CA Certificate select "Use System Certificates":

 

Step 6 - Click "Do Not Verify":

 

Step 7 - In the Domain section type:  unh.edu  . The "unh.edu" domain must be used in this setting regardless of the campus you are on. [Link back to beginning of the How-To section.]

 

Step 8 - For Identity, enter your <username>@usnh.edu and enter your USNH password and click "Connect".

 

Outcome

Your Android device is now connected to Eduroam.

 

Further Readings

Connecting to the USNH Wireless Network using Laptops, Tablets, or Phones

Connecting to Open Guest Wireless

 

Need additional help?

Visit the ET&S Help Desk Support page to locate your local campus contact information or to submit an online technology support request.  For password issues you must call or visit the Help Desk in person.  

Details

Article ID: 2957
Created
Fri 10/2/20 5:19 PM
Modified
Wed 11/15/23 10:53 AM
Applicable Institution(s):
Keene State College (KSC)
Plymouth State University (PSU)
University of New Hampshire (UNH)
USNH System Office