On my Droid 2, I go to
Settings/Wireless & networks/Wi-Fi settings/Manage Networks (at bottom of list).
On that screen it says "To conserve battery, delete un-necessary networks from the list."
Great advice -- but how do you do it?
I went back to the Wi-Fi settings screen; long press on an unwanted network -- the only choice is "Connect to Network".
I powered off the phone. Waited awhile. Powered back on. Same result. I have the latest Motorola maint applied.
I have provided some steps below to remove networks from the network list.
1.From the home screen, touch the applications tab (located at the bottom of the display).
3.Touch Wireless & networks.
4. Touch Wi-Fi settings.
5. Touch Manage Networks.
6. Touch and hold the appropriate WiFi network.
7. Touch Forget network.
You can also view this information online. I have included a link for more information. Hope this helps!
My option is to "forget all networks" also. I would like to be able "ignore" all networks except the ones i specify. The steps listed only allow you to forget networks that you have connection with, not the ones in the scan list under the "wifi networks" tab. Does anyone know of a way to stop scanning AND keep connection with a specific wireless network?