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How can I tell my droid x to ignore a public wifi network?

Like, the SSIDs xfinitywifi and timewarnercable are everywhere near me, and unencrypted, but require a login/password which I don't have. Is there a way to prevent them from showing up in the list, triggering notifications, etc.?

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marked as duplicate by endolith, Al E. Sep 12 '11 at 11:59

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+1 This would be useful. I'm often in areas surrounded by "free" wifi that isn't. – gbn Sep 5 '11 at 17:51
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Blacklisting SSIDs is not currently in the base android software. It is currently a "Medium" priority Enhancement for Android: See Android Issue 7318

I have asked a related question ( How can I tell my droid x to ignore a public wifi network? ) but haven't found anything that works like I would expect.

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