Open the device settings app by tapping on the gear icon or accessing the settings from the app drawer.
In the settings menu, locate and tap on "Wi-Fi" to access the Wi-Fi settings.
Toggle the "Wi-Fi" switch to the ON position to enable Wi-Fi connectivity on your Samsung Galaxy A04.
Wait for your Samsung Galaxy A04 to scan for available Wi-Fi networks.
From the list of detected networks, tap on the desired Wi-Fi network you want to connect to.
If the selected Wi-Fi network is secured, a password prompt will appear.
Carefully enter the Wi-Fi password using the on-screen keyboard on your Samsung Galaxy A04.
Tap "Connect" to join the network.
For advanced Wi-Fi settings, tap on the network name and access additional options such as IP settings, proxy settings, or network priority.
If you want to connect to a hidden Wi-Fi network, tap on "Add network" or a similar option in the Wi-Fi settings.
Enter the network name (SSID) and password (if required) for the hidden network.
Tap "Connect" to establish a connection.
To view or manage saved Wi-Fi networks, go to the Wi-Fi settings.
Tap on "Saved networks" or a similar option to see the list of previously connected networks on your Samsung Galaxy A04.
From here, you can forget or edit network settings as needed.
Note: The steps provided above are general guidelines for setting up Wi-Fi and network connections on Android devices. Please note that specific options and steps may vary depending on the device manufacturer and Android version. Refer to the user manual or official documentation specific to your Samsung Galaxy A04 device for accurate and model-specific instructions.
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