W-Fi networks are everywhere and getting automatically connected to them is a blessing most of the time. But it is not always so.
Your iOS devices – iPhone and iPad – automatically remember Wi-Fi networks that you joined in the past. Whenever you come under that particular wireless network, your device will automatically connect with it. This feature works great if the Wi-Fi networks you get connected with are trustworthy. Getting connected to an unwanted and trouble-some Wi-Fi network is irritating. But the good news is that you can tell your iPhone to forget a wireless network. By doing this you can remove the network’s password and stop your iPhone from automatically connecting with it in the future.
The following steps let your iPhone/iPad to easily forget any wireless network.
- Be in the Wi-Fi network range that you would like your device to forget
- Launch the Settings app in your device
- tap on the ‘Wi-Fi’ tab
- Locate the wireless network you want the iPhone to forget
- Tap the blue “i” next to the network name
- Tap ‘Forget This Network’
- Confirm Forget
Now your iPhone/iPad will not attempt to connect to the unwanted network in the future unless you re-enter the Wi-Fi password.
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