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How to connect to Wi-Fi on my Samsung Galaxy Note

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Samsung Galaxy Note™ (2.3.6)

1. Touch Applications.

Your Samsung Galaxy Note can connect to Wi-Fi for an Internet connection. With Wi-Fi, you can use most data services such as email, web browsing and downloading apps.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

2. Scroll to and touch Settings.

Your Samsung Galaxy Note can connect to Wi-Fi for an Internet connection. With Wi-Fi, you can use most data services such as email, web browsing and downloading apps.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

3. Touch the Wi-Fi slider to turn Wi-Fi on.

Your Samsung Galaxy Note can connect to Wi-Fi for an Internet connection. With Wi-Fi, you can use most data services such as email, web browsing and downloading apps.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

4. Touch Wi-Fi.

Your Samsung Galaxy Note can connect to Wi-Fi for an Internet connection. With Wi-Fi, you can use most data services such as email, web browsing and downloading apps.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

5. Select the Wi-Fi network you want to use.

Your Samsung Galaxy Note can connect to Wi-Fi for an Internet connection. With Wi-Fi, you can use most data services such as email, web browsing and downloading apps.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

6. Enter the network password.

Your Samsung Galaxy Note can connect to Wi-Fi for an Internet connection. With Wi-Fi, you can use most data services such as email, web browsing and downloading apps.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

7. Touch Connect.

Your Samsung Galaxy Note can connect to Wi-Fi for an Internet connection. With Wi-Fi, you can use most data services such as email, web browsing and downloading apps.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

8. You're now connected to the Wi-Fi network.

Your Samsung Galaxy Note can connect to Wi-Fi for an Internet connection. With Wi-Fi, you can use most data services such as email, web browsing and downloading apps.

Last Updated:21/05/2013

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