The following instructions apply to using the Eduroam wireless service on a device running the Android operating system versions 2.3.3 - 2.3.7.
Eduroam is supported on Android OS from version 1.6 onwards. However we have seen some issues with devices running 2.3 as documented at http://blogs.oucs.ox.ac.uk/networks/2012/01/25/eduroam-connectivity-issues-on-android-2-3/
Menubutton on your device as indicated below, note that on some devices this button is contained as part of the touch screen.
Figure 1_edu_and2.3_MenuButton.png 
Settingsfrom the menu on the screen as shown:
Figure 2_edu_and2.3_Settings.png 
Wireless and Network
Figure 3_edu_and2.3_Wireless.png 
Figure 4_edu_and2.3_WirelessSettings.png 
Wi-Fito turn on your wireless networking, a list of nearby networks will then be populated under the heading
WiFi Networksas shown in the image below:
Figure 5_edu_and2.3_WirelessScan.png 
[eduroam]network in the list, note that you may need to scroll down to locate it.
Figure 6_edu_and2.3_EduroamSelect.png 
tappingeach one in turn to reveal a list of options.
[Phase 2 Authentication]=
Figure 7_edu_and2.3_EduroamSec.png 
User namefield (for example
oucs1234@OX.AC.UK). If you see an
Anonymous identityfield as shown in the example below then add in your Remote Access account username again followed by @OX.AC.UK e.g.
Figure 8_edu_and2.3_EduroamID.png 
Passwordfield, as shown above.
Figure 9_edu_and2.3_EduroamConnected.png 
If you're having trouble configuring eduroam please try the following two suggestions first:
Anonymous identityfield and re-connecting
Occasionally Android users have problems with the connection dropping. We have had reports that WiFi Fixer can solve these issues. We have not tested this claim.
Users must abide by the user use agreement a copy of which is available at:http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/statutes/regulations/196-052.shtml
If you have questions about these instructions or need other assistance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org