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Anybody test one s with 802.1x?

My schools connection is peap-mschapv2 and my galaxy s (4.0.3) cant connect it,anybody test and connect? Please tell me because i will buy a new phone.

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My school is using eduroam, also with wpa2 enterprise. And i absolutely know that the galaxy phones work in wpa2 enterprise!
Check your Login-configuration and test it again.

And by the way, my One S also works in our network.

If it helps, thats the howto of our network and i think it would work with your network: https://wiki.hs-mittweida.de/index.p..._unter_Android
 
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i can connect with android 2.3.6 but cant connect with 4.0.3

Here the intsructions

http://www.bim.yildiz.edu.tr/login/s...%20ANDROID.pdf


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WPA2 Enterprise works at my uni, even the certificate for the login was already on the device (HTC One S)

I didn't trie the eduroam network but it uses the exact same configuration, so it should work as well.

Maybe you can ask an admin at your school about the certificate the use for authentification
 
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i dont know what i do if it doesnt connect :/,inviting the friends who have one s maybe the solution

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My school also uses WPA2-enterprise with peap-mschapv2.

My tattoo with 2.3.x can connect to it
My friend iwth galaxy S2 and android 4.0 also CAN connect to it.

So everything should work, check ur settings!
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Using 802.1x authentication is working on my device in our office.
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My school also uses WPA2-enterprise with peap-mschapv2.

My tattoo with 2.3.x can connect to it
My friend iwth galaxy S2 and android 4.0 also CAN connect to it.

So everything should work, check ur settings!
Can you our your friend send me a PM? Trying to get the US Galaxy S2 (Epic 4G Touch/Sprint) on WEP with PEAP-MSCHAPV2 on 4.0.3 (ICS) and no luck - maybe I missed something?
 
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Can you our your friend send me a PM? Trying to get the US Galaxy S2 (Epic 4G Touch/Sprint) on WEP with PEAP-MSCHAPV2 on 4.0.3 (ICS) and no luck - maybe I missed something?
did you check the certificate? ask your admin which certificate they use for authentification and mail it to your device if its not already installed by default
 
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did you check the certificate? ask your admin which certificate they use for authentification and mail it to your device if its not already installed by default
No certs on the network I'm trying to connect to - checked GB to see if maybe one downloads but nothing there.

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