Tip & How-To about Lands Phones
When you travel and want to connect to the Internet with
your iPhone via Wi-Fi instead of cellular data network, you could see that the
Wi-Fi hotspots detected by the device has a lock icon next to the name,
indicating that You need a password to access type. The iPhone has a touch
screen and comes with a variety of installed applications that you can use
while connected to the Internet, such as the Safari browser and Face Time to
make free video calls. When a Wi-Fi network is locked, you need someone for the
1. Visit your neighbors and ask permission to your home
network Wi-Fi computer. A friendly neighbor may be happy to give you the
password to access Wi-Fi signal
2. Research your receipt for a temporary password to a
locked Wi-Fi hotspot when you buy in a pub or a restaurant that offers Wi-Fi
only for paying customers.
3. Ask someone in your company's information department of a
password to lock the business Wi-Fi, so you access the Internet via Wi-Fi with
the iPhone while at work.
4. Go to the concierge at your hotel and ask for the
password to access the hotel closed Wi-Fi network. Ask if the hotel charges an
access fee, or offering free access for paying guests.
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