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Topic # 185473 24-Nov-2015 11:45
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I note that on a Galaxy S6, you can highlight an SSID and untick the auto join function. 

But on something like a Nexus 5X, this option isn't there.  Does anyone know of a way this could be done?  I don't want to 'forget the network.  I just want it to connect on demand. 

Here is what is on Samsung
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  Reply # 1433847 24-Nov-2015 12:03
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I think this is Samsung specific.

I really wish Android would allow hierarchal ranking of networks.

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  Reply # 1437975 30-Nov-2015 17:35
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On my Sony Z5 (Lollipop) a long press on the network name in the saved networks list does this


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