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How to set Wi-fi - IdeaPad K1 Tablet

How to set Wi-fi for IdeaPad Tablet K1

Affected Configuration

The above symptom may occur on the following systems:

  • IdeaPad Tablet K1

 

Solution

You can enable/disable WLAN function.

Once the WLAN has been enabled, your IdeaPad Tablet K1 will automatically scan for available wireless networks, displaying them in the WLAN network list.

Setting

Fig.1

There is an icon indicating the network status following every LAN, where Network require no password indicates that the network requires no password, and can be connected directly, and Network has been encrypted indicates that the network has been encrypted, and can be connected only after the required password is input.

You can select any network you want from the list. After selecting your desired network, you can directly tap "Connect to network" for connection. Alternately, you can choose to first set "IP" and "Proxy" for your network using the "Advanced" option, and then tap "Connect to network". You can also select "Add WLAN Network" to manually add a network.

  • Wi-fi: WLAN function switch.
  • Network notification: After the switch is turned on, the system will notify you if there are any open networks.
  • Wi-fi disconnect policy: Select Wi-fi disconnect policy: when screen turns off (user more mobile data), Never when plugged in or never(user more battery power).

Notes:

  1. Lenovo is not responsible for any loss of, or damage to, your data. Please make sure you have duly backed up any data contained in the product/system before calling the support center or doing any suggested operation.
  2. Software support does not include:

Third-party Applications : If you need help with third-party application support, please contact the developer directly.

 

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