It’s found in the apps drawer, but you’ll also find a shortcut in the quick actions drawer.
Choose Wi-Fi or Wireless & Networks.
Don’t touch the Master Control icon, which turns the Wi-Fi radio on or off; touch the Wi-Fi text on the left side of the Settings app screen.
You see a list of Wi-Fi networks. In the figure, the Imperial Wambooli network is currently connected.
Choose a wireless network from the list.
When no wireless networks are shown, you’re sort of out of luck regarding Wi-Fi access from your current location.
If prompted, type the network password.
Putting a check mark in the box by the Show Password option makes it easier to type a long, complex network password.
Touch the Connect button.
You should be immediately connected to the network. If not, try the password again.
When the phone is connected, you see the Wi-Fi status icon atop the touchscreen, looking similar to the icon shown. This icon indicates that the phone’s Wi-Fi is on — connected and communicating with a Wi-Fi network.