eduroam Setup for Android, Linux, Blackberry

*Important* this procedure should be done when ON CAMPUS and connected to the campus network. Do not attempt to setup your mobile device or laptop if not on the campus network.

Android users may obtain the SecureW2 Autojoin app from the Google Play Store. Once you install and run this app on your Android device, you can quickly and easily connect to eduroam. Automatic configuration on Android

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The instruction below are for manually configuring an Android, Blackberry, or Linux device. 

STEP 1: Change your CruzID BLUE password (email password) if you have not changed it since September 2011. Your BLUE password can be reset/changed using CruzID Manager.

STEP 2: Configure your device using these settings:

  • Security: WPA2 Enterprise / 802.1xEAP
  • EAP method: PEAP
  • Phase 2 authentication: MSCHAPV2
  • Download CA certificate 
    • If a name is requested, call it "UCSC"
    • On Android, select "Wi-Fi" under "Credential Use"
    • Depending on your device, you may be required to set a Pin, password, or fingerprint lock prior to storing the certificate.
  • Identity (username): cruzid@ucsc.edu (your full UCSC email address)
  • Anonymous Identity: leave blank
  • Password: CruzID Blue Password

Get Help

Contact the ITS Support Center for assistance with eduroam.