How to manually remove stored Wifi networks from iPad


Learn how to manually remove stored wireless networks from your iPad.
Method 1: Use “Forget this Network” option

  1. On your iPhone, launch Settings app and choose WiFi.
  2. List of available WiFi networks should appear.
  3. Select the WiFi network you need to delete.
  4. Tap the blue arrow next to the network.
  5. Choose “Forget this network” option.


Method 2: Reset the Network Settings
The only the way to delete the network that you’re not connected to is to reset all the network settings. Go to Settings ->Reset ->Reset ¬†network Settings.
Method 3: Enter the Password

  1. Go to Setting.
  2. Select General.
  3. Select Reset network settings.
  4. Enter the Password used for hotspots.

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Method 4: Use iMac/Macbook to delete old networks
If your iPad or iPhone is synchronized with your iMac/Macbook etc then you can remove old networks. But you have to use your iMac/Macbook to do this.

  1. Open System Preferences then network,  select your Wi-Fi connection.
  2. Go to ‘Advanced’ tab.
  3. There will be a list of preferred networks for your iMac/ iPhone and iPad etc.
  4. We can delete old networks from here, then next time your iPad/iPhone syncs the relevant networks will have been deleted.
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