On Tue, Aug 3, 2010 at 2:41 PM, Kevin Brooks <bear35...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It is my understanding that the WiFi connection is based on only one user
> for the device. Here is my situation.  We have an Android device that can
> be used by different users.  We want to be able to track which data is
> entered by each user.  This requires a different login.  Is there a way I
> can access and change the network login?

What do you consider a "network login" to be?

A true multi-user Android environment would require substantial
firmware modifications, to the point where it may not resemble Android

BTW, since you're one who is decrying the shutdown of this list --
IMHO, this is nowhere remotely near a "beginner" question.

Mark Murphy (a Commons Guy)
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