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    Is it possible to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet?

    There is already a WiFi sleep policy set by default on my Toshiba Thrive android tablet. Now I feel like changing it so as to suit the overall comfort. Is it possible to change that existing default setting?

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    AndroidExpert AndroidExpert is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Is it possible to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet?

    Yes, you can apply a new WiFi policy on your Toshiba Thrive android tablet at ease. The settings page of your android handset needs to be entered at first. Next you can enter into the ‘wireless & networks’ section. There you have to opt for the WiFi settings option. Next you must tap on the option with the label ‘advanced settings’. There all the supported WiFi policies of your handset will get displayed. You can choose the most suitable one from them and save the changes on the settings.

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    Re: Is it possible to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet?

    You can change WiFi settings in your device.You need to follow few steps & then will be able to change.Below I have mentioned the steps:-

    1. You need to open the menu app from home screen.
    2. Then navigate to Settings,tap on that to open.
    3. Once open will see an option as Wireless & Connection.
    4. Now hit to open & will see WiFi settings,a new window appear.
    5. In that will see an option as Advanced WiFi Settings.
    6. There you will see WiFi policies of your device.
    7. There you can chose as per your need.

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    C.Selvam C.Selvam is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Is it possible to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet?

    Hi friend,
    Yes it possible to change the WiFi policy on your android device..To do that first go to the "Menu"..Then tap on the "Settings"..After then tap on the "Wireless & Networks"..Then go to the "WiFi Settings"...Turn ON the WiFi..Now tap on the Menu key and tap on the "Advanced" option which is shown..Tap on the "WiFi Policy" and select the option which you would like to set by simply tapping on them...

    Thats it!!!
    Thank you!!!

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    Re: Is it possible to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet?

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    Steps to follow:

    :: Go to the home screen page by pressing ""Menu"" button.

    :: Now select the "settings" option from the screen.

    :: After that select and open the "Wireless & Networks" option and then open the "WiFi settings".

    :: Once it opens, you have to open the "advanced settings" where you can see the Wi-Fi policies of your handset.

    :: If you want to choose the particular one then you have to change and save it.

    :: Now you have successfully changed the policies on HTC Toshiba tablet.

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    Re: Is it possible to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet?

    ALL IS WELL....

    to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet

    for to change a WIFI policy set by default follow the below---

    -->start the button of the menu option.

    -->select the setting option.


    -->
    click the ‘wireless & networks’ section.

    -->open the WiFi settings option.

    -->tap on the option with the label ‘advanced settings’.

    -->now all the supported WiFi policies get displayed.

    -->save the changes on the settings.

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    Manjeet Malik Manjeet Malik is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Is it possible to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet?

    Hello sir,
    Follow these steps to
    change a wifi policy
    in your device
    »» first go to setting
    »» then tap on wireless
    and network option
    »» then go to wifi setting
    »» then tap on advance
    setting option
    »» then tap on wifi policy
    »» now choose the setting
    and save it
    thank you.

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    Re: Is it possible to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    There is already a WiFi sleep policy set by default on my Toshiba Thrive android tablet. Now I feel like changing it so as to suit the overall comfort. Is it possible to change that existing default setting?


    To set another sleepy policy on your tab. follow this.
    open your device setting >> Wifi & Network setting >> Advanced setting >> navigate and open Sleepy policy option >> Add another one.
    By doing this you can set and change your sleepy policy.And you can able to switch it according to your WiFi connectivity requirement.

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    Re: Is it possible to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet?

    Hi friends....

    change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet

    follow the steps below--

    1st-->open the home page from the device.

    2nd-->click the menu option.

    3rd-->select the setting option.

    4th-->go to the
    ‘wireless & networks’ option.

    5th-->click the WiFi settings option.

    6th-->Next tap on the option with the label ‘advanced settings’.

    7th-->now all the supported WiFi policies get displayed.

    8th-->choose the most suitable one from them and save the changes on the settings.

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    Re: Is it possible to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet?

    Hello sir.

    You have simply follow some of the steps after that your problem will be solved:::::::::::::::>>>>>>>>>

    * First of all go to the main menu

    * Then go to the setting

    * Then go to the wireless setting

    * Then go to the wi fi device

    * Then tap on the ip address

    * Then change the police

    * After that save the setting

    * Now restart your device

    All the best

    Thank you

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    Re: Is it possible to change a WiFi policy set by default on Toshiba Thrive android tablet?

    To change the default Wi-Fi policy follow these steps
    • Go to the home screen of the device
    • Then choose the Settings option
    • Now select the option Wireless and networks
    • Then choose the option Wi-Fi settings
    • Now select the option Advanced settings
    • Then you can have the list of supported policies
    • Now choose the one among them and then save the changes.
    By following the above steps you can change the default wifi settings.

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