The Wifi app on your PC can connect to your Chromebook for either a mesh network setup or a single point Wi-Fi setup. Below is a list of common settings for when you will need to save your new Wi-Fi network. To connect to an existing network on your Chromebook, press the Network menu, choose the entered network and press the Connect button.
The Wifi connection will appear in the list of connections when you are connected to a network whether you connected using the Send to device option or the Network option. You can send the wifi connection to the devices by clicking the connection name.
Connecting your ChromeOS device using the Android app is the same process as connecting using the Chrome app on MacOS and Linux. Click the WiFi icon in the top-right corner of Chrome's app window. A pop-up window should pop up asking you to choose between the Settings option, which is used to save the new network or the Connect button, which is used to connect to the network. You can click either one.
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