Wireless Network / Connect an Android device to MU-Wireless

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  • To provide instruction on configuring an Android device for secure access to MU-Wireless


  • 10139: Wireless Network
    • MU-Wireless
  • Android
  • Google Pixel


  1. From your home screen, tap Settings
  2. Select Network & Internet 
  3. Be sure to enable (toggle on) Wi-Fi
  4. Select Wi-Fi
  5. Tap and hold the MU-Gaming network, and select Forget
  6. Tap and hold the MU-Guest network, and select Forget
    • Removing these Miami networks from your remembered networks ensures that your device will stay connected to MU-Wireless
    • A network that does not offer Forget as an option is already forgotten
  7. Once you've forgotten all Miami networks, select MU-WIRELESS
  8. Scroll down the list to configure these settings:
    • Set EAP method to PEAP
    • Set Phase 2 authentication (if applicable) to MSCHAPv2
    • Leave CA certificate as (unspecified)
      • Android 7.0 (Nougat) users: Change the certificate to Don't Validate
      • Android 7.1 and 8.0 (Oreo) users: Change the certificate to Do Not Validate
      • Android 10 and above users: Change the certificate to Don't Validate
    • If a domain is required, use radius.miamioh.edu
    • Enter your Miami UniqueID for Identity
    • If your device has an Anonymous identity field, leave this blank
    • Enter your MUnet password for Password
    • You do not need to adjust any settings under the advanced section
  9. Tap Connect to save your configuration settings and connect to the network 



  • Re-enter your credentials when you change your MUnet password
  • If you can see the wireless networks, but are still unable to connect to the Miami network, contact IT Help by phone at 513-529-7900 or by live chat at MiamiOH.edu/ITChat. Provide the following information: 
    • Location
    • Media Access Control address (MAC) for your device(s)
    • Contact information


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