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Hi. How do I change my public network to a private one without knowing the password?

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You need to set a password and this has to be done using the router web interface (192.168.1.X) find the default gateway of you computer - run ipconfig on command prompt will let you know the defaukt gatway - once you are loged in to that web interface - go to wireless section and enable the security as need - this will make your network as private.

router Web interface can be opened by typing just the default gateway on address bar of IE .

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  2. In Settings, tap Wi-Fi.
  3. Slide the slider to "on" to start your device looking for Wi-Fi networks. In a few seconds, you will see a list of all available networks (if you don't see the list, there may not be any within range).
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