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check the connectivity again by assigning static IP Address to your DELL.. if problem occurs, clean install the drivers and dell Wifi software to your laptop.. Virus problem also results in this type of problem..

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My zte lever won't hook up to my home Internet.. Please help


This tutorial will explain how to get connected to Wi-Fi on your ZTE Tania Connecting your phone to a Wi-Fi network means you can access the internet, download apps and perform other tasks without incurring data charges.
This guide will show you how to get connected on the ZTE Tania.
How to connect to a Wi-Fi network
  1. From the main menu either swipe right-to-left on the touchscreen or press the right arrow button on the top right of the interface.
  2. Scroll through the menu and find the 'Settings' icon, then tap it.
  3. Press the button marked 'Wi-Fi'.
  4. Tap the Wi-Fi networking On/Off switch to turn Wi-Fi on.You'll then see a list of available wireless networks.
  5. Select the network you want to connect to.

  • If you selected an open network, your phone will automatically connect to the network. Note that some Wi-Fi networks, such as ones you might find in coffee shops, restaurants, or hotels, may require you to enter a password in your web browser before you can connect.
  • If you selected a secured network a password box will pop up. Enter the required password and then press 'Done'.
When you're connected to a wireless network, the wedge-shaped Wi-Fi connected icon appears in the status bar and shows you the signal strength - indicated by the number of bands that light up.
Unless you have wiped your phone, you won't be required to re-enter Wi-Fi details again as your handset should remember them.
How to connect to hidden networksA Wi-Fi network might be hidden, which means the network name isn't broadcasted. In this case, it won't appear in the list of available networks on the Wi-Fi Settings screen and a notification won't appear when the network is in range.
To connect to a hidden Wi-Fi network when it's in range, you'll need to enter the network name and password. Remember that the network name and password are case sensitive.
  1. From the main menu either swipe right-to-left on the touchscreen or press the right arrow button on the top right of the interface.
  2. Scroll through the menu and find the 'Settings' icon, then tap it.
  3. Press the button marked 'Wi-Fi'.
  4. Ensure that Wi-Fi is switched on.
  5. Press the 'Advanced' button.
  6. Tap the plus (+) icon.
  7. Enter the network name.
  8. Press the 'Add' button.
  9. On the 'Sign In' screen, enter the password, then tap 'Done'.
How to disconnect from a Wi-Fi network
  1. From the main menu either swipe right-to-left on the touchscreen or press the right arrow button on the top right of the interface.
  2. Scroll through the menu and find the 'Settings' icon, then tap it.
  3. Press the button marked 'Wi-Fi'.
  4. Tap the Wi-Fi Networking On/Off switch to turn Wi-Fi off and disconnect from the wireless network.
Alternatively, you can also press and hold the network name and then tap 'Delete' to disconnect.
However, bear in mind this removes the security settings if it's a secured network, meaning you'll need to enter them again next time you reconnect to that Wi-Fi network.
http://www.knowyourmobile.com/products/15952/guide-how-connect-wi-fi-zte-tania

Apr 05, 2016 | ZTE Cell Phones

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How to Fix iPhone 6/6 Plus Show WiFi Problems


"Anyone experiencing really slow WiFi on their new iPhone 6 Plus? Mine is super slow. When I switch off WiFi, LTE works perfectly and very snappy. I didn't have any issues with my 5s and not having issues with my iPad Air. I doubt it's an iOS 8 issue because the 5s and iPad Air are running iOS 8. WiFi also works fine on my 13" MacBook Pro Retina. It's not a router issue. Any ideas??" asked by Mikef91 on the Apple's office discussions.

As one of the leading wholesale cell phone parts supplier online, DBXStore find some solution for you to fix the show wifi problem on your iphone 6/ 6 plus.
Greyed-out, slow or no Wi-Fi signal at all are among the top three biggest Wi-Fi headaches. Even though the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus came with iOS 8, Wi-Fi problems are still not completely avoidable. Before searching for solutions to Wi-Fi related problems, always update your device to the newest version of iOS. If that doesn't work, then it is time to dig deeper.


1. Reset Network Settings

Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.
This is a solution suggested by Apple Service. Resetting your network settings including Bluetooth pairing records, Wi-Fi passwords, VPNs, and APN settings; which flushes cache and clears DHCP settings and other networking related information.
2. Disable Wifi Network Services
Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services.

This only relates to your location being used for network and not the Wi-Fi itself.

3. Switch DNS To Google

Often times, if your ISPs DNS servers are having problems, you can switch to Google DNS by going to Settings > Wi-Fi then tap the "i" icon next to your router, scroll down to DNS and tap the numbers, then enter "8.8.8.8". Restart your device and check if it works.

4. Change The Routers Broadcasting Band

Change the routers Wi-Fi broadcast from an N network to a G network, or from 2.4GHz to 5GHz - this depends on your individual router hardware.

5. Factory Reset

Settings > General > Reset > Erase all Content and Settings > Erase iPhone.

Last but not least, restore your iPhone and set it up as a new device.

Other tricks like placing the iPhone 6/6 Plus in a refrigerator, freezer it for 15 minutes, or the opposite using a hair dryer to heat up the device might also be of help.

However, if all these software related tricks don't help, it could possibly be a hardware problem with the Wi-Fi antenna. Then the only fix is to replace your antenna with a new Wi-Fi antenna replacement. Here are links to the parts and tutorial guides' for reference.

on Jul 23, 2015 | Apple iPhone 6

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Cant get wi fi signal.


Solution 1.Check wireless connection.
The first step of diagnosis have to any other device connected to the same network, ensure the wireless connection is working fine, or verify the settings of your wireless router to correct it.
2.Check your Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep Settings.
Owing to Wi-Fi sleep policy your Wi-Fi connection may be going to get disconnected every now and then.
Tweak this policy to keep your Wi-Fi connection awake.
[Settings] >>[Wi-Fi]>>[Advanced]>> Check [Always] to keep the Wi-Fi on during sleep.
Save changes and exit all the screens. Your Wi-Fi will never get disconnected again due to this policy.
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3.Check signal strength of wireless connection.
The performance of a wireless network connection depends in part on signal strength.
You have to connect the Wireless network where the signal strength is strong.
Check Wireless network signal strength icons in notification bar.
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4.Try to turn off/on Wi-Fi on the device.
First to turn off Wi-Fi, [Settings]>>[Wi-Fi] >>[turn Wi-Fi to off].
And then to turn on Wi-Fi, [Settings]>>[Wi-Fi]>>[turn Wi-Fi to on].
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5.Try to forget network on the device.
Forgetting wireless networks allow your tablet/phone to reset some settings.
[Settings]>>[Wi-Fi]>>Press & hold your[Net Work Name(SSID)]for 2 seconds.
>>Select[Forget Network]>>Re-Connect your wireless networks if it's disconnected.
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6.Try to reboot your device.
7.Make sure your firmware is up-to-date.
>>Select[Settings]>>[About tablet]>>[System Firmware Update]>>[Check Update].
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8.Try to reset your device.
Note: once RESET was performed, all data, apps, settings and personal information will be deleted after initialization.
Third-party programs might be the major probability of Tablet/Phone instable, suggested to have a full reset for the device if the situation persists.
[Settings]>>[Backup&reset]>>[Factory data reset]
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9.Try to other wireless connections.
If steps above were not able to solve internet connection problem still, please try other wireless connections if available, otherwise contact your networking provider to technical support.

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How do I determine what generation is my iPad?


on the backside of the iPad is a model number: determine-generation-ipad-jq4dbyibaqf10wv4m2e43laj-1-0.jpg determine-generation-ipad-jq4dbyibaqf10wv4m2e43laj-1-2.jpg

Model iPad (1st generation) iPad 2 iPad (3rd generation) iPad (4th generation) iPad Air iPad Air 2 Picture 200px-ipad_1_psd_mockup.png 200px-ipad_3.png 200px-ipad_3.png 200px-ipad_3.png 170px-ipad_air.png 170px-ipad_air_2.png Model Number[99] A1219 (Wi-Fi)
A1337 (Wi-Fi + 3G) A1395 (Wi-Fi)
A1396 (GSM model)
A1397 (CDMA model) A1416 (Wi-Fi)
A1403 (Wi-Fi + Cellular (VZ))
A1430 (Wi-Fi + Cellular) A1458 (Wi-Fi)
A1460 (Wi-Fi + Cellular (MM))
A1459 (Wi-Fi + Cellular) A1474 (Wi-Fi)
A1475 (Wi-Fi + Cellular) A1566 (Wi-Fi)
A1567 (Wi-Fi + Cellular How to find iPad IMEI ICCID serial number
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Sep 21, 2014 | Apple iPad Tablets & eReaders

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Wi fi adapter keeps disconnecting


Sounds like you have a lose connection. Shaking a laptop isn't the best solution. You didn't supply make, model of machine ,so the best I can do is, open the laptop , find the wireless adapter and secure lose connection or reseat card is applicable.

Dec 15, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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How do I know if my iPad is an IPad 2 or 3


check the model nr. on the back side:
Apple Device Model Number
1iPad Wi-Fi (Original/1st Gen)A12191
iPad Wi-Fi/3G/GPS (Original/1st Gen)A13371
iPad 2 (Wi-Fi Only)A13951
iPad 2 (Wi-Fi/GSM/GPS)A13961
iPad 2 (Wi-Fi/CDMA/GPS)A13971
iPad 2 (Wi-Fi Only, iPad2,4)A13951
iPad 3rd Gen (Wi-Fi Only)A14161
iPad 3rd Gen (Wi-Fi/Cellular AT&T/GPS)A14301
iPad 3rd Gen (Wi-Fi/Cellular Verizon/GPS)A14031
iPad 4th Gen (Wi-Fi Only)A14581
iPad 4th Gen (Wi-Fi/AT&T/GPS)A14591i
iPad 4th Gen (Wi-Fi/Verizon & Sprint/GPS)A14601
iPad Air (Wi-Fi Only)A14741
iPad Air (Wi-Fi/Cellular)A14751


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May 26, 2012 | Apple iPad Tablets & eReaders

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Hello, I am downloading a document from the internet and the download time is ridiculously long. How can I enable a quicker download time?


Call your service provider and have them upgrade your wi/fi service for more bandwidth.
Look at your wireless modem/router to see if your on the G or N speed. A/B/G will be slower.
Change the location of your laptop so it's closer to the wireless signal or alternatively go to the coffee shop or hotel and use their free wi/fi as their speeds are faster.

Nov 05, 2010 | Apple MacBook Mac Notebook

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WRT54G2 Wireless Connection Disconnects


First thing, do you live far away from others or do you live in an apartment? These days, there are so many people using that band that I'm surprised it works for anyone. It is especially true if this is the sort of place where everyone has a microwave, because they are in the same band and they leak, just a little.
Second, does your AP has a frequency that is unique? There is a "survey" button that tells you who else is using wi-fi in the area and on what frequency. You should use your own frequency, away from others, if you can.
Finally, do you have a good strong signal? If you do not, your throughput will never be as good or reliable. Using an aftermarket antenna MAY help.
Finally, it could be an issue in the Mac. Check driver levels for your wi-fi hardware, insure you have the latest. Search for wi-fi problems using your model number, or give Apple a call to see if there are known problems. Make sure you have the latest firmware on your Macbook too.
Now, I think you are telling me that you have tried running the same aps when you were wired in to your AP rather than using it by Wi-Fi and the same aps used in the same way, don't fail. That is the first thing I'd try. And if that was the case, aps work when wired and fail when you use wi-fi, I'd do the above.
(And you do not live near an airport (radar), and none of your neighbors are hams that do high frequency experimentation.)
The wi-fi devices are FCC Part 15 devices, using low powered transmissions on frequency bands that are actually licensed to other services. For example, some of the channels are on a ham band. It is possible that a Ham radio operator would do high power transmissions on a frequency shared with wi-fi and knock hundreds of APs out of service for a short time. Part of the rules that part 15 devices live by is that since they are unlicensed guests, the people who are actually licensed for the bands have priority and you are the one who has to deal with the interference.
But we have no indication, other than the intermittent nature of the problem, that you have an interference problem at all. And it seems more traffic related than time related, although the other rule of network failures is that you notice the failures that happen while you are using the network and you don't see the ones that happen when you are not using the net - could be failing all the time and you would never see the failures - other than the ones that happened while you were using the network heavily.
There are techs who own spectrum analyzers who can make a better guess at this sort of thing than I can, but my guess is that you do not want to pay them for this answer.
Good Luck!

Jan 10, 2010 | Linksys WRT54G2 Wireless Router

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