What’s the point in having a stylish, new Android Jelly Bean or Ice Cream Sandwich device if you don’t use it to access Wi-Fi through your Belkin Router? Well that’s what an Android device is mostly used for. You can connect to your home network, surf the web, email, game, download apps, or share files etc. to and from other devices.
You can do much more than what I just said here. Amazing it sounds and easy it is to set up your Android device to your Belkin router:
You can also check out my previous post on adding XBOX 360 to your wireless router.
Step1: Make sure that your Belkin router iks on and you are connected to your wireless home network. Also make sure that you can browse the Internet.
Step2: Also make sure that you have your wireless network name (SSID) and the encryption key handy. Without this information, you cannot connect to your home network on your Android device.
Step3: If you never set up a custom SSID name and security key, you can find the default ones at the bottom of your Belkin router. The information also comes with your original Belkin router setup documentation.
Step4: Once you have the details, do this. On your Android device, tap Settings> Wireless and Network> Wi-Fi. Your Android device will now display the available wireless networks.
Step5: Once you see your wireless network name (the SSID), select it and then tap Connect. If set up a secured wireless network, it may prompt you to enter your encryption key or passphrase.
Step6: Enter the key and proceed to connect. Wait unless you are connected to your Wi-Fi network. When done, open your browser and start browsing the web or emailing etc.
Step7: That’s all you had to do to connect your Android device to your Belkin router. like your Android device, you can connect your gaming console, TV, or another computer to your Belkin router.