How do I disable MAC Randomization in Android OS (Version 10 and beyond)?

The MAC Randomization of Android OS does not work with some networks. If you wish to disable that feature, follow these directions. 

By default this MAC Randomizer will be enabled once the device is updated to Android 10. To disable it follow the below steps. Different versions of Android OS require there own unique method.

— Method 1 — 

The randomized MAC address option is configured for each wireless  connection, so there is no way to configure this globally. Once you  connect to a wireless network, here's how to make sure the device is NOT Using random MAC address (instead of the device MAC  address). 

  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 Use Device MAC.

— Method 2— 
  1. Open Settings
  2. Using search bar type in build
  3. Select Build number It will take you to the menu with this setting.
  4. Tap the Build number option 5-10x to unlock Developer options It may prompt for passcode
  5. Go back to Settings
  6. Using search bar type in Developer options
  7. Select Developer options
  8. Locate MAC Randomizer
  9. Disable MAC Randomizer
  10. Scroll up to the top and turn off Developer options This will hide those options

— Method 3 — 

  1. Open Settings
  2. Select About phone
  3. Scroll down to Build number
  4. Tap the Build number option 5-10x to unlock Developer options It may prompt for passcode
  5. Go back to Settings
  6. Select System
  7. Select Advanced
  8. Select Developer options On Some phones it may now show Developer options directly on the settings menu.
  9. Locate MAC Randomizer
  10. Disable MAC Randomizer
  11. Scroll up to the top and turn off Developer options This will hide those options

— Method 4 — 

  1. Open Settings
  2. Select About phone
  3. Select Software information
  4. Scroll down to Build number
  5. Tap the Build number option 5-10x to unlock Developer options It may prompt for passcode
  6. Go back to Settings
  7. Select Developer options
  8. Locate MAC Randomizer
  9. Disable MAC Randomizer
  10. Scroll up to the top and turn off Developer options This will hide those options

— Method 5 -- 

  1. Open Settings
  2. Select General
  3. Select About phone
  4. Select Software information
  5. Scroll down to Build number
  6. Tap the Build number option 5-10x to unlock Developer options It may prompt for passcode
  7. Go back to Settings
  8. Select General
  9. Select Developer options
  10. Locate MAC Randomizer
  11. Disable MAC Randomizer
  12. Scroll up to the top and turn off Developer options This will hide those options
See other articles in Troubleshooting.