Depending on OS, mobile phones are segregated into 5 categories – Android, Symbian, iOS, BlackBerry OS, and Windows mobiles. To access the internet via WiFi on a phone, many users face problems. That is why, in this post, we’ve shed light on how to access the internet on a mobile phone via WiFi. For your ease, we’ve taken the reference of the users who have done Netgear wifi extender setup and want to establish a connection between the Netgear extender and their mobile phones. So, let’s start our post revealing how you connect your phone to Netgear extender.
In the sections given below, you will learn the instructions to connect your Android, Symbian, iOS, BlackBerry OS, and Windows mobiles to the Netgear range extender. Let’s start with the first OS in line i.e. Android.
Follow the steps given below to make your Android mobile phone access the range extender:
Below mentioned steps will let you know how do you connect iPhone to the Netgear range extender. However, we suggest you get acquainted with the network key of your extender by accessing the mywifiext.net setup wizard before proceeding further.
In case you are an owner of a Windows mobile phone, then this section is meant for you. Because here you will learn the complete instructions to make your Windows mobile device access the Netgear extender internet:
Keep the Server Certificate Validation to the Always Ask Me option and EAP method to PEAP MS-CHAP v2. To know more about the connection between your Windows mobile and Netgear extender, ping our experts.
After providing you with the instructions to make it possible for Android, iPhone, and Windows mobiles to access the Netgear extender internet, it is time to reveal how to do it on Symbian OS mobile. Check out the following steps:
Lastly, let’s provide you with the steps to make a BlackBerry mobile device access the internet signals emitted by your Netgear extender:
After you make your mobile devices access the Netgear extender internet, you can manage the entire network via the Nighthawk app instead of manually accessing the 192.168.1.250 IP address.
That’s all about how do you connect your phone to Netgear extender. We’ve tried to provide you with each and every step to make various OS mobile devices access the extender’s internet. However, if you want your mobile devices to start automatically accessing the Netgear extender WiFi [if they are in the extender’s range], consider saving the network key. For more information, get in touch with our team.