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General Information Android is a mobile operating system developed by Google for smartphones and tablet computers. More...
Article Id: 16567
Category: Android Devices (Chromebook, Droid, Galaxy, Kindle Fire, HTC One, Nexus, Nook, etc.)

LSU Wireless Settings SSID: eduroam EAP Method: PEAP Phase 2 Authentication: MSCHAPv2 Server CA...
Article Id: 17398
Category: Getting Started

To Connect to eduroam using a Samsung Galaxy: 1. Open the Settings application. 2....
Article Id: 18965
Category: Getting Started

General Information: Please note that Gmail and other Android mail applications will no longer work for your LSUMail. More information on why this no longer works can be found in...
Article Id: 15986
Category: Getting Started

Connect to eduroam: Manual Configuration Steps This article shows how to connect your Motorola RAZR to the eduroam wireless network using the Manual configuration. 1. Click...
Article Id: 17401
Category: Getting Started

Connecting a XOOM to eduroam Wireless Network 1. From the home screen select the ...
Article Id: 17402
Category: Getting Started

This article will tell you how to install the Cisco AnyConnect Client on your Android device in order to access the LSU network through a VPN connection. To Install the AnyConnect App on an Android...
Article Id: 16163
Category: Advanced Features

WARNING : Factory Reset will permanently delete ALL of your data and customized settings, and will also remove any installed applications.
Article Id: 15615
Category: Troubleshooting

Below are instructions on how to find out which version of iOS you are running on your iPad: 1. Search and tap on the Settings app.
Article Id: 16936
Category: iOS Devices (iPhone, iPad, & iPod Touch)

iPhone and iPod Touch are supported on the eduroam wireless network with iOS 2.0 and up. NOTE : If you haven't already downloaded this update, visit the Apple Web site . The following are instructions on how to connect to eduroam...
Article Id: 17380
Category: Getting Started