Manually Configure AirPennNet on Android
Timothy Duff, Uncategorized

Manually Configure AirPennNet on Android

  1. Download the Root CA Certificate (AddTrust External CA Root)
    This root certificate is pre-installed on most OSes so you may not need to install it manually (i.e. You can probably skip this step. If it doesn’t work, come back here.)
    On the Android device, go to this Penn+Box share:
    Click the “Download” button
    Click “OPEN” at the bottom of the screen (or if you missed it, go to the “Downloads” app and click on the certificate file)
    Certificate name: name it something useful, e.g. “APN manual cert”
    Credential use: click the drop down and choose “Wi-Fi”
    Click “OK” to save the certificate)
  2. Manually add AirPennNet: Settings > Network & Internet > Wi-Fi > Add Network
    Network Name (SSID) : AirPennNet
    Security Type :
    Pixel 2 – choose: 802.1x EAP
    EAP Method : TTLS
    Phase 2 authentication : PAP
    CA certificate: AddTrust External CA Root (or whatever you named it in step 1)
    Domain: UPENN.EDU
    Identity (i.e. username): user’s PennKey, e.g. bsmith
    Anonymous Identity: (leave blank)
    Password: PennKey Password
    Click “Save”
    Q: What if the save button is greyed-out?
    A: Click on the app switching icon (botton right next to the home button) then swipe the Settings app off of the screen to kill it. Then go back into Settings and try again.

How To Change Default Signature in Outlook for Android
Timothy Duff, Uncategorized

Open Outlook App.


Tap Settings in the upper right.


Tap Signature.


Tap the Per Account Signature slider to disable. Tap the text in the Signature section to delete the default and add you desired signature. If you do not type a signature the app will restore the default. Tap the arrow in the upper left to return to Settings.


Zachary Reese, Uncategorized

GoodSync is a point-to-point file synchronization system for OSX, Windows, Linux, and mobile devices. Great for having true bi-directional synchronization across multiple computers (or storage devices) without having to pay for cloud hosting costs. Think Dropbox without the monthly fee and lack of privacy.