To configure and manage Wi-Fi networks on your Samsung Galaxy A04 device, open the Settings app.
Tap on the Settings app icon on your home screen or app drawer to launch it.
Within the Settings app, look for the "Wi-Fi" or "Network & Internet" option.
Tap on it to access the Wi-Fi settings page.
In the Wi-Fi settings page, make sure the Wi-Fi toggle switch is turned on.
If it's already on, you can proceed to the next step. If not, tap on the toggle switch to enable Wi-Fi.
Tap on the "Scan" or "Refresh" button to scan for available Wi-Fi networks in your vicinity.
The device will display a list of detected networks.
From the list of available networks, tap on the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to.
If the network is secured, you may need to enter the password. Tap on the network and enter the password if prompted.
Tap "Connect" or a similar option to establish a connection to the selected Wi-Fi network.
To manage saved Wi-Fi networks, go back to the Wi-Fi settings page.
Tap on the "Saved networks" or "Saved Wi-Fi networks" option to view a list of saved networks.
From here, you can forget a network, modify network settings, or connect to a saved network.
Explore the advanced Wi-Fi settings available on your Samsung Galaxy A04 device.
Tap on the "Advanced" or "Advanced settings" option in the Wi-Fi settings page.
Here, you can configure options such as Wi-Fi frequency band, Wi-Fi calling, or MAC address settings.
Congratulations! You have learned how to configure and manage Wi-Fi networks on your Samsung Galaxy A04 Android device. 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 device for accurate and model-specific instructions.
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