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eduroam for other smartphones

The following settings are for mobile devices running other phone operating systems. This configuration only needs to be done once - your settings will be saved and you will just need to connect to the eduroam access point in the future.

Due to the many different versions and user interfaces of common smartphones, the following are the general settings for eduroam and may not be specific to your device. Note: Nokia devices running the Symbian operating system are incompatible with eduroam.

Newer devices automatically detect some of these options.

Step 1: Go to your wireless network configuration settings.

Step 2: Turn on Wi-Fi and connect to the eduroam access point.

Step 3: If prompted, ensure WPA2-Enterprise (or equivalent) is selected for security settings.

Step 4: If prompted, ensure PEAP and MSCHAPv2 are selected for authentication.

Step 5: Use your SCU short username and password to connect.

IMPORTANT: Your username must be in the following format:

username@scu.edu.au

Note this is different to wireless@SCU, as your username MUST be followed by @scu.edu.au

Congratulations! You are now connected to eduroam. (Note the wireless icon that will appear next to your phone provider when you are connected to wireless).

If you have any trouble connecting (eg. *If you do not know your SCU Computer Login details) please visit the Frequently Asked Questions.

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