How does that affect Phone Fridays?
Well venues will be booked for examinations and you really should be studying instead of reading this. This means that there will not be any Phone Friday sessions for the remainder of the semester.
Some time back DUT decided to change the EAP method for the wireless network to PEAP MS-CHAP v2. Unfortunately, this left many students unable to connect with their phones due to the fact that their respective OS did not support this type of authentication.
Fortunately for Windows Phone users Windows Phone 8.1 resolves this and adds in heaps of other features.
You don’t have WP 8.1? Head on over to WPCentral and follow their guide to upgrade. Upgrade to WP 8.1.
Have you upgraded? Love it? Hate it? Let me know in the comments.
Now you need to connect to the wifi to download all those apps you’ve being yearning for.
So you’re a student and want to develop for Microsoft technologies? Luckily our friends at Microsoft really see the potential in students and have invested heavily by providing
premium tools at no cost.
Step 1 – The key
Firstly you’ll need a DreamSpark card which has a verification code on it. The design of these cards change a good deal so don’t be concerned if the card you have you looks different.
So why is carrier billing not a bigger thing in South Africa?
It makes sense that carrier billing would be the prevalent billing method in a country where access to credit cards is scarce, unfortunately this isn’t the case.
There is a shimmer of hope for Windows Phone users. Vodacom now supports carrier billing for the Windows Phone store, well to be accurate the service has been available since June this year. I did try it out in June with no success and decided to try again after Microsoft mentioned it in a press statement on 7 November.