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Find Your MAC Address

Thank you for checking out the provided guides, we hope it helps locating your MAC address.
Please be aware that newer devices will have Randomize Mac/Private Address turned on by default and this will prevent connecivity unless it is turned off.
Check out your specific device below to find the steps for configuring this setting.
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    Android OS

    1. Tap the Menu button on the Home Screen
    2. Go to Settings
    3. Tap About Phone
    4. Scroll till you see WiFi MAC Address

     Turning off randomize MAC

    1. Open the Settings app
    2. Tap Network & Internet
    3. Tap Wi-Fi
    4. Tap the gear icon associated with the wireless connection to be configured
    5. Tap Advanced
    6. Tap Privacy
    7. Tap device MAC
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    iPhone / iPod Touch

    Getting Mac Address

    1. Tap Settings
    2. Select General
    3. Select About
    4. The Mac address is listed as Wi-Fi Address

     

    Turning off Private Address

    1. Tap Settings
    2. Select Wifi
    3. Tap the information button (a circle with an i in the center of it) next to a network
    4. Tap to turn Private Address on or off
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    Windows

    -Windows 8/10

    1. Go to the Start Menu, and in the 'Start Search' bar, type in 'cmd'
    2. The program 'cmd' (Command Prompt) will be found at the top of the Start Menu; click on it to run it
    3. In the Command Prompt window, type 'getmac /v'
    4. In the Command Prompt window, look for the network information for the Wireless Network Connection for Wireless connections or the Ethernet Network Connection for wired connections. The 'Physical Address' will be the hardware address of the network card
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    MAC

    1. Open the Apple Menu
    2. Open System Preferences
    3. Open Network
    4. Open Advanced
    5. Select the Wi-Fi tab. The Wi-Fi Address or Airport Address is your device’s MAC address
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    Chromebook

    1. If you haven't yet, sign in to your Chromebook
    2. At the bottom right, select the time
    3. Select the Wi-Fi network 
    4. At the top of the box, select Information 
    5. You'll see your Chromebook's IP address and IPv6 address. Your MAC address is labeled "Wi-Fi"
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    Xbox

    - Xbox One

    1. Navigate to My Games and Apps
    2. Select Settings
    3. Select Network
    4. Select Advanced Settings
    5. The MAC Addresses for the wired and wireless adapters should be displayed

               

    - Xbox Series X

    1. Navigate to the Settings 
    2. Select Network
    3. Select Advanced Settings
    4. Under IP settings, the MAC address will be listed next to Wired MACand Wireless MAC on the right-hand side of the screen (this is also where the IP address and other information is located)
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    PlayStation

    - PlayStation 4

    1. Power on the PS4 without a disc in the system
    2. In the PS4 menu, arrow up and select Settings
    3. Scroll down to Network
    4. Scroll down to View Connection Status
    5. The MAC Address will be listed next to MAC Address (LAN)and MAC Address (Wi-Fi)

     

     - PlayStation 5

    1. Power on the PS5 without a disc in the system
    2. In the PS5 menu, arrow up and select Settings
    3. Scroll down to Network
    4. Scroll down to View Connection Status
    5. The MAC Address will be listed next to MAC Address (LAN) and MAC Address (Wi-Fi)
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    Nintendo

    - Nintendo Switch

    1. Select System Settings from the HOME menu
    2. Scroll down and select internet
    3. The Nintendo Switch console's MAC address will be listed under System MAC Address

     

    - Nintendo 3DS

    1. From the HOME menu, highlight and select System Settings
    2. Select Internet Settings
    3. Tap Other Information
    4. Tap Confirm MAC Address. Your system's MAC Address will be displayed on the screen

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