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Old Aug 17, 2010, 12:54 PM   #1
Chardo
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Can I bypass "Terms and Conditions" wifi page?

Hoping for some help with annoying (but not life threatening) problem.

I use my iPhone (iPhone 4, IOS 4) at work. There's a wifi network I would like to use. Whenever I connect, I am taken to a "terms and conditions" page which I have to approve by clicking a (tiny) "I Agree" button every time.

I am set up to "auto-join" and "auto log-in" to this server, but still get taken to the "I Agree" page.

Can I do something to skip this?

Also, unrelated, is there a one-click way to turn wifi on and off without going into the settings menu? Again, not a huge deal, but not efficient either.

Thanks.
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Old Aug 17, 2010, 12:59 PM   #2
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I dont think so.
The wifi point makes you click accept each time in order to give you acess.
I know it is a pain though.
It was giving me the same thing at a hospitals wifi network.
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Old Aug 17, 2010, 01:07 PM   #3
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Hoping for some help with annoying (but not life threatening) problem.

I use my iPhone (iPhone 4, IOS 4) at work. There's a wifi network I would like to use. Whenever I connect, I am taken to a "terms and conditions" page which I have to approve by clicking a (tiny) "I Agree" button every time.

I am set up to "auto-join" and "auto log-in" to this server, but still get taken to the "I Agree" page.

Can I do something to skip this?

Also, unrelated, is there a one-click way to turn wifi on and off without going into the settings menu? Again, not a huge deal, but not efficient either.

Thanks.
Well there is an application called SBSSettings, but only works on a jailbroken phone. You can easily access the WiFi from that app with just a swipe across the top status bar.
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Old Aug 17, 2010, 02:07 PM   #4
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Well there is an application called SBSSettings, but only works on a jailbroken phone. You can easily access the WiFi from that app with just a swipe across the top status bar.
I dont think thats what he asked for.
Sbsettings lets you enable/disable your wifi thru a quick toggle thats all.
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Old Aug 17, 2010, 02:54 PM   #5
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I dont think thats what he asked for.
Sbsettings lets you enable/disable your wifi thru a quick toggle thats all.
He did ask for a way to turn off wifi without drilling through the settings app.
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