Learn how to manually remove stored wireless networks from your iPad.
Method 1: Use “Forget this Network” option
- On your iPhone, launch Settings app and choose WiFi.
- List of available WiFi networks should appear.
- Select the WiFi network you need to delete.
- Tap the blue arrow next to the network.
- 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
- Go to Setting.
- Select General.
- Select Reset network settings.
- 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.
- Open System Preferences then network, select your Wi-Fi connection.
- Go to ‘Advanced’ tab.
- There will be a list of preferred networks for your iMac/ iPhone and iPad etc.
- We can delete old networks from here, then next time your iPad/iPhone syncs the relevant networks will have been deleted.