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10-04-2013 11:22 AM
Hi Anand04, there is currently no way to retrieve the network name in BlackBerry 10. This is currently under development. Please stay tuned for more information.
10-05-2013 07:22 AM
The best I can do is point you at another Q I just answered
There are mechanisms in the APIs that at least allow the possibility (personally I don't need them so am not really that bothered)
The code I point you at gives you IP of target plus other metrics
Which should prove sufficient in any scenario I can see
I explain how to find out if you're in WiFi - which unless you're looking for a specific SSID should suffice
Soz I can't provide a more complete answer - only looked @ the issue yesterday