Question about Tablets & eReaders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My ACER tablet (ICONIA
Welcome to Fixya. I would like to know if the wifi works before? If the laptop was able to detect and connect to a wireless signal and the Iconia won't you can check the warranty of the Iconia and call acer and they will be able to replace the unit. This is a common issue with Iconia that some of the device has a hardware wifi defect. You can also refer to the link below and see what happen with their Iconia and was able to talk to acer for a replacement.
Posted on Aug 10, 2011
You sure you enter the right information? Try to connect with another device like a laptop? (be sure you remove your wifi connection data, so you need to re-enter your WPA(2) key)
If this works on another device, than try to connect with the tablet. Maybe you can choose which security protocol the tablet should use, either WPA or WPA2 for example.
Posted on Aug 31, 2012
To connect to a WiFi system, you may need 3 pieces of information:
An encryption key
Once you have successfully linked to a WiFi access point then your tablet will remember the settings until told to forget them.
A lot of the time you may only need the encryption key, and if the tablet detects a WiFi access point then if you tap on that in wireless settings then it will either connect automatically or ask you for some sort of code - the encryption key. If this is not entered correctly then it will return an authentication problem/error. In order to connect you have to have this code. Also bear n mind that the code may or may not be case sensitive, and that the authentication type for both router and tablet needs to be the same. It is possible that you will only be able to change the authentication type on the Aceess Point / router and not on the tablet.
Posted on Dec 26, 2014
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