Sometimes, when you try to connect with a Wi-Fi Via iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, you have to enter the Wi-Fi Settings manually instead of the automatic settings. This mostly happens when you are a public Network or using the Wi-Fi Spot in your School or certain Hotels. If you are new to iPhone and don’t know how to edit the static IP addresses or manual DHCP in your iOS device, then this simple is for you. Editing the Static IP Addresses or manual DHCP is very easy in iOS as compared to the all other Mobile OS.
- Open up “Settings” from Homescreen
- Tap on “General” and select the Wi-Fi Network for which you want to edit these settings. Click on the Blue arrow next to that network to edit the settings.
- Now, Tap on the “Static” and enter the details of your Wi-Fi Network. You can add the “Static IP Address” here.
Simple, Hit the back button and the Home button, Now Launch the Safari in order to confirm the connectivity. If you have forgotten the “DNS” of your Wi-Fi, you can add the Google’s DNS there. That’s it! Did this simple tip help you? Let us know in the comments section below.
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