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Connect Samsung Galaxy S4 to a Wi-FI Network

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How do I input required username and password for WiFi connection?

I am trying to connect to a public WiFi with my Samsung Galaxy Note4 (AT&T provider). The business has provided me with an SSID, security key (WPA2), username, and password. However, when I attempt to connect to the WiFi on my phone, my phone only prompts me to enter a password. I am told the given password is correct. How can I enter both username and password if it is required but my phone is not prompting me for the username?. I have tried: Resetting the WiFi. I think it was caused by: Some phone setting that I am not aware of that only prompts for password? However, when I connect to my school WiFi which also requires username and password, I am prompted for both.

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