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After you turn on your wifi, you can simply follow the first 3 steps of this (http://iris.nyit.edu/oit/academic/FAQ/faq/2wireless/20026/20026.pdf) tutorial. After that, you should see your home wifi name in the list (as in the photo in the tutorial.). You should first connect to a network from this list (possibly with a wifi password), then it should connect automaticly evertime you swtich on wifi. After you have successfully connected to a wifi, you should see the wifi icon changes in the task bar. Hope this helps.
go to your wireless settings, where you can see the connections that your phone can find, hold your stylus on the connection and remove the settings. after that set up a new connection. problem should be solved