If you’re not connecting to a Wi-Fi network, why are you saving it? Here’s how you can delete networks that you’ve connected your Android phone to in the past.
If you’ve been using Android for years and restore your data and settings backup every time you start Mobile, the chances are you have one today endless list of Wi-Fi networks stored on your phoneand you don’t even know And it’s also very likely that Never connect with them again.
Fortunately it is possible Forget Wi-Fi networks that we’ve connected the cell phone to in the past, leaving a much cleaner list and not so flooded with Wi-Fi networks.
Learn how to delete Wi-Fi networks on Android
The process for Delete Wi-Fi networks on Android It’s very simple and the following steps are the same regardless of the mobile model you’re using, as long as you have a relatively recent version of Android.
To do it, you just have to follow these steps:
- Open your mobile settings and go to the “Networks and Internet” section.
- Tap the Wi-Fi section.
- Go to the bottom of the page and tap “Saved Networks” to see all of the networks you’ve been connected to in the past.
- Tap the WiFi network that you want to delete, then tap Forget.
You can do this for as many Wi-Fi networks as you want. Unfortunately this is only possible Delete Wi-Fi networks one at a timeand it is not possible to mark several for batch deletion.
In any case, you shouldn’t take too long Delete any Wi-Fi networks that you no longer want to connect toIn return, you get a cleaner list of networks that are easier to search for, such as viewing the Wi-Fi network’s password or sharing the password with other people.