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At my school there is a wifi network that blocks most websites. You don't need to log in, you simply connect and start browsing. But periodically a login page pops up. The problem is, this login page is also blocked by the network. So, all I can do is go back out of that page, and it will reappear every now and then.

Is there any way to disable the login page?

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I don't think there is a method for doing this (though I stand to be corrected). I believe that Android only shows this page when it detects a login request from the network. Maybe your school network frequently refreshes its login keys whether it requires a login or not which causes Android to react by bringing up the page?

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    Please use comments to write opinions or altogether do not post them unless you can back them with independently verifiable facts and credible technical sources. – Firelord Dec 12 '15 at 14:03

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