XFINITY On Campus™
iOS Version 1.3.1 Released Thu, Oct 2nd
Apple mobile device users can safely upgrade!
Release iOS version 1.3.1 corrects the bug in release 1.3 that prevented the On Campus app from functioning. Apple mobile devices users are encouraged to upgrade via the Apple App Store.
XFINITY on Campus
Drexel University was the second and largest institution to begin a trial of this service last spring. We anticipate that Drexel will continue to trial new features as Comcast introduces them later this year and in early 2015.
All current residents of University Housing residence halls (Calhoun, Caneris, Kelly, Millennium, Myers, North, Race Street, Stiles, Tower and Van Rensselaer) have to use the service. There are no fees or complicated registration involved to use the service. Your computer or mobile device must be connected to the Drexel Campus network to user the service.
- DrexelOne user ID and password
- Active connection on the campus network (wired or DragonFly3 wireless only)
- Desktop Operating System
- Windows 7 or 8 (Modern UI/Metro touch interface not supported) or
- Mac OS X 10.9 (or higher)
- Web browser: IE 9, Firefox 27, Safari 6, or Chrome 32 (or higher) with Adobe Flash 12.0 installed
- Tip: Firefox and Safari tend to offer the best web browser experience
- Apple iOS7 (or higher) for 4th Generation iPhones, iPod Touches, and iPads using the XFINITY On Campus App in the App Store.
- Android App support is available for most Android devices in the Google Play Store. Android version 4.0 or higher required.
- Support for the XFINITY On Campus in web browsers can sometime be finicky. If you're having trouble with your browser check that you have the correct Flash version.
- Although Comcast suggests OS X 10.9 is a requirement, IRT has found the service runs successfully with OS X 10.6.8 or higher
- Thus far IRT has found that browser support in Firefox has been the most reliable . If you have trouble viewing with one browser, please try another. See the Help link for more info.
- Comcast's on-line help resources across their web site, Android and Apple Apps is inconsistent and no up-to-date.