There are two things you need to be able to get internet through Wi-Fi on your device:
- The Wi-Fi Network Name. This is also called a "SSID" and is the name of your wireless network. Chances are, when you are scanning for a Wi-Fi network, you will also see your neighbours Wi-Fi network.
- The Wi-Fi password. This password needs to be entered when joining a new Wi-Fi network. Wi-Fi networks are password protected so no one in your area can use your Wi-Fi.
In your device's settings, go to Wi-Fi / Wireless. Choose the network you want to connect to, and enter the password if it is required.
If you have a Now everyday router, the Wi-Fi name and password will be both detailed on a card included in the box, or printed on the router itself.
If you have a Whole Home Wi-Fi unit, you would have set a password when you set up the router. You can find the password through the TP-Link Deco app. Open the app, tap 'Wi-Fi settings', and then tap the icon on the right, next to the blanked-out password.
For non-Now routers, please check the information that came with your router.
It could also be documented on a sticker, so check the bottom/back of the router too.