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windows_phone_settings [2015/02/19 22:24]
ybarajas [How to Connect]
windows_phone_settings [2015/02/20 19:05] (current)
ybarajas [About]
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 +======Settings======
  
 +The **Settintgs** feature offers the settings options described below.
 +
 +<note important>If the credential-free authentication feature has been configured, users will not see the **Account Settings** or **Replace Profile** option.  </note>
 +=====About=====
 + 
 +The About section features the following buttons: **Check for Updates**, **Send Logs**, **Terms of Service**, and **Privacy Policy**. 
 +
 +  * **Check for Updates** will check for profile and directory updates (not software updates)—these updates happen automatically every 24 hours.
 +  * **Send Logs** will open an email with the encoded logs attached to the email. The **To** field will auto-populate **help@ipass.com**. The user must tap **Send**.
 +  * **Terms of Service** will display the rules which one must agree to abide by in order to use a service.
 +  * **Privacy Policy** will display information that discloses the ways iPass gathers, uses, and manages a customer’s data. 
 +
 +
 +==Further Settings Options==
 +
 +Swiping **Settings** (three dots) on the About screen will display the following options:
 +
 +  * **Log Settings**: This feature allows you to customize how much information is sent in your logs. Send small logs or include lots of details (or something in-between) by lowering or raising the blue meter, respectively. 
 +  * **Replace Profile**: Replace your profile by tapping on this setting. You will be sent back to the [[:windows_phone_activation_code|Activation Code]] screen and will need a new activation code (Profile ID, email, and possibly a PIN) to replace your profile.
 +  * **Help**: By tapping the Help option, you have access to informative set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) if you are having trouble connecting to an iPass network. 
 +
 +<note important>If the credential-free authentication feature has been configured, users will not see the **Replace Profile** option.  </note>
 +
 +=====Account Settings=====
 +
 +Enter or change your iPass account credentials on **Account Settings**. You may change your username, password, and domain (if displayed).
 +
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 +
 +=====How to Connect=====
 +
 +Open Mobile works with the native Windows Phone Wi-Fi settings to connect users to the Internet.
 +
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 +
 +**To connect to an iPass network:**
 +
 +  - Touch the **Tap to Connect** button on the Open Mobile main screen. This button will take users to their device's Wi-Fi list.
 +  - Tap on a network with **Check for iPass** below it.
 +  - Return to the Open Mobile main screen to verify the connection. 
 +=====Help=====
 +By tapping the Help option, you have access to informative set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) if you are having trouble connecting to an iPass network. 
 +
 +
 +
 +=====Take a tour=====
 +By tapping **Take a tour**, you can access a series of informative panels that briefly describe Open Mobile.
 +
 +=====Settings=====
 +
 +Use the Settings option to turn location services **On** or **Off**. Turning this option on will allow iPass to access your location so you can use the hotspot finder feature.
 +
 +
 +=====Travel Preferences=====
 +
 +Gives users the opportunity to enhance their connection experience when traveling by downloading hotspot information about regions they frequently travel. Once they have hotspot information, users can look up locations while they're offline. For information on finding hotspots offline, please see the **[[:windows_phone_travel_preferences|Travel Preferences]]** help page.
 +
 +
 +
 +----
 +
 +Go to: **[[:windows_phone_help_page|Open Mobile for Windows Phone]] > [[:windows_phone_interface|User Interface]]**
 

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