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Charge it. Press and hold the power button. If shows a battery by itself it's dead and it's not charging. If it's a battery with a lightning bolt symbol it's dead and it's charging. If it turns on, go to settings, find wifi settings, turn wifi on, find your wifi network, and enter the password for your wifi.
Need to know your signal strength and if you're connected with proper credentials. If the wifi signal is weak, the computer may disconnect to look for a stronger signal. Sometimes ipv6 is the culprit on older computers too. Disable that and use ipv4 only. There are multiple reasons for dropped internet so the more info about your system and the conditions under which the internet is dropped will help in diagnosing the problem without sending you on a wild goose chase.
to get access to the wifi network, you need to do the following things:-
1. go to settings
2. open wifi option
3. turn on wifi
4. select the wifi network you want to connect.
5.it will ask for the password, insert the password and enjoy.
Hope you get your problem solved. Thanks
Try going to the picture of the "cog" (settings) in the upper right hand corner of your screen. Then, select WiFi. Make sure you are connected to the proper server. It should turn green with the tethering arrows showing. If it is already green and you have selected the proper server, select it again anyway. Or, on the screen, tap on the wiFi symbol and select ON. Good luck!!!
I would guess your wifi broke.. but you can always ... try wifi elsewhere to verify... if it works then you need to manually connect to your wifi... I would attempt to get your Ip off the working one and copy the same IP and DNS for your wifi... since it's a tablet I would just reset it to factory settings if it just is stuck... you can back up your files VIA google or BUMP app
Has it been rooted?
The equivelent of a an ipad/iphone jailbreak?
You can check this by doing one of two things.
The first is by going into settings, scrolling down to the bottom and clicking on About Tablet.
If not that then go to Settings/Device and then click About Tablet.
The second, and easiest, is to check to see if you have an app called SuperUser (SU).
If you do then your device is rooted.
Other ways to check, which is more dificult because of you not being able to get WiFi access, is by downloading an app called Root Checker or a Terminal app.
Root checker is self explanitory as it does exactly what it says on the tin.
It will check to see if you have root access to your device and will tell you either way.
The terminal app will show a hash tag symbol (#) as soon as it is started.
This is also an indicator of root access.
Have a look in the WiFi/network settings for your device and see if it has been set up to use a proxy or VPN.
If it has then clear these settings and try to enable the WiFi again.
If this doesn't work then i would restore the device back to factory settings as it could be a software issue.
Failing that you could always upgrade the firmware to the new 4.4 KitKat which, if your device is rooted, will wipe root access out.
I will help you to connect to internet from your iPod through WiFi. Goto Settings-->WiFi ON-->it will search for the available accessible networks-->Tap the desired WiFi network-->your iPod is connected to internet.You can confirm this with a WiFi symbol in your status bar.
is normal. To save energy, the ARCHOS always starts up with the WiFi
set to off. You must manually use the Fn-F3 keys if you want to
activate the WiFi connection.
I cannot connect to the Internet over WiFi, what's wrong?
Make sure that your WiFi is activated. This can be turned on and
off with the blue function key pressed down and then the F3 key. The
blue WiFi indicator just below the touch-pad will light indicating that
it has been turned on.
My WiFi router/modem is on and working, but it does not show up in the list of wireless networks. What's wrong?
It could be that the WiFi modem/router is hiding its SSID. This is
done for security purposes sometimes. You can either change this on the
WiFi modem/router (see its instructions) so that it broadcasts its SSID
(and then you'll see it in the list on your ARCHOS 10) or you can go
into the advanced settings of the Wireless Network Connection screen to
the Wireless Networks tab and 'add' a new connection. You will need to
know the SSID name and its other connection parameters.