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Hi, I helped a friend of mine with his wifi setup. His WEP Key was on the side of his router. I don't remember the exact work but it was something Key. It was 10 numbers long just right for a 64 bit key. If you are using Win XP there is a wifi setup in there. I have a mypal A626 and had it up and running in a few minutes on my wifi system. If you have security, you will need to find the code in order to get a connection. grader01
Make sure that there is a hot spot around that is unsecured for free access. If not, you'll have to get an access code. A wireless router works best.
I had the same problem. I installed something that was supposed to help me connect faster, but it messed up my whole system. I hard reset it and tried it out with the new router we got. I turned on the wi-fi and it asked me if I wanted to connect. Ever since it works.
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
It doesnt go thru walls very well, 5m seems the limit with deteriorating signal. Rather get your wireless router out into the open (not hiddden behind a computer desk) and the antenna pointing in the direction of the other one. There is a signal strenght utility that asus has that stays resident as an app. use that to assertain your signal viability