Authors: Charles Hughes
Note: To add more icons to a folder, just touch an icon while it is shaking and move it onto the folder.
Figure 14: A New Folder
Use a nearby Wi-Fi hotspot or a home router to avoid having to use data. Wi-Fi is required to download large applications. To turn on Wi-Fi:
1. Touch the
icon. The Settings screen appears, as shown in
. The Wi-Fi Networks screen appears, as shown in
3. Touch the
switch next to 'Wi-Fi'. Wi-Fi turns on and a list of available networks appears, as shown in
. If the network has an
icon next to it, a password is needed to connect to it.
4. Touch the network to which you would like to connect. The Wi-Fi Password prompt appears if the network is protected, as shown in
5. Enter the network password. Touch
. Provided that you entered the correct password, a check mark appears next to the network name and the
icon appears at the top of the screen. You are connected to the Wi-Fi network.
Note: If you enter an incorrect password, the message "Unable to join the network >Network Name<" appears, where '>Network Name<' is the name of your network. The network password is usually written on the modem given to you by your internet service provider. It is sometimes called a WEP Key.
Figure 15: Settings Screen
Figure 16: Wi-Fi Networks Screen
Figure 17: List of Available Wi-Fi Networks
Figure 18: Wi-Fi Password Prompt
There are various settings that you can access without opening the Settings screen by using the Control Center. To use the Control Center:
1. Touch the bottom of the screen at any time and slide your finger up. The Control Center appears, as shown in
2. Touch one of the following icons at the top of the Control Center to turn on the corresponding function:
- Turns Airplane mode on or off.
- Turns Wi-Fi on or off.
- Turns Bluetooth on or off.
- Turns 'Do not disturb' on or off.