Not sure how to really title this one. I tried Googling it, and I think it's probably something really simple, but I can't figure out how to do it. So on OSX and Windows, you can change the preferred order to connect to, so if you want to automatically connect to the router in your dorm rather than the router 200ft down the hall way from you, you can. Here's my situation. I'm in a dorm using my campus's msu1x (just the name, don't worry about it) connection. The router for the whole hallway is pretty crowded. I only get 2/3 bars on my iPhone. (You can imagine 40 people using one wireless access point). Well, my MacBook Pro can't even pick up the signal, so I have my own router in my room, appropriately named 'MyAP' with the SSID hidden and password protected with WPA2 Personal. Well my iPhone 4 still connects to the 2/3 bars msu1x network rather than the 3/3 bar MyAP network. I've connected to it properly and it works fine as long as I don't put the phone into standby. As soon as I do, it goes back to msu1x and no connection. So how do I fix this? Surely there is a way to do this, right?