WifiConfig_GetCurrentNetwork Function

Header: #include <applibs/wificonfig.h>

Gets a Wi-Fi network that is connected to the device. This function is not thread safe.

int WifiConfig_GetCurrentNetwork(WifiConfig_ConnectedNetwork * connectedNetwork);



Returns -1 if an error is encountered and sets errno to the error value.

  • EACCES: the application manifest does not include the WifiConfig capability.

  • EFAULT: the ssid is NULL.

  • ENODATA: the device is not currently connected to any network.

  • EINVAL: the storedNetwork or its struct version is invalid.

  • EAGAIN: the Wi-Fi device isn't ready yet.

  • ENETDOWN: the Wi-Fi network interface is unavailable.

Any other errno may also be specified; such errors aren't deterministic and the same behavior might not be retained through system updates.

Return value

Returns 0 for success, or -1 for failure, in which case errno is set to the error value.

Application manifest requirements

The application manifest must include the WifiConfig capability.