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<span><b><u><img src="vhin100889_25.jpg" /><br /></u></b></span>* How to deal with WLAN (WiFi) *</u></b></span>
<span><b>Setting 1:- Go to Menu > Settings > Connectitvity > WLAN > Internet connection > Ask first<br /><br />- Goto Menu > Settings > Configuration > Default config. settings > myGlobe (or Smart)<br /><br />- Goto Menu > Settings > Configuration > Preffered access point > myGlobe Internet (or Smart Internet)<br /><br />- Goto Menu > Internet > Web settings > Configuration settings > Configuration > myGlobe Internet (or Smart Internet)<br /><br />- Goto Menu > Internet > Web settings > Configuration settings > Account > myGlobe Internet (or Smart Internet)<br /><br />- Select your preferred scanned network, then Connect.<br /><br />- You will notice a WiFi signal logo ..oo)))) on the top screen indicating you're connected.<br /><br />- Go to MENU > Internet > Go to address <i>(and enter the website you want)</i><br /><br />- Done. Enjoy browsing via WiFi.</b><b><br />Setting 2:- Go to Menu > Settings > Configuration > Personal Settings > Add > Access point (leave others as is) > press back > Option > Activate- Goto Menu > Settings > Configuration > Preferred access point > My access point- Go to Menu > Settings > Connectitvity > WLAN > Internet connection > Ask first<br /><br />- Go to Menu > Settings > Connectitvity > WLAN > Available WLANs<br /><br />- Select your preffered connection, then connect.</b><b><br />Note:- Update your phone to the latest firmware, preferrably version 7.20 or higher. Firmware upgrade might solve Web browser bugs and WiFi issues.<br /><br />- Check your WLAN server, you might have a weak WiFi signal.</b></span>
Without knowing more, sounds like you need to check the PS3's WiFi settings to make sure the unit is really connected through your home internet service's router to the internet. Make sure the WiFi protocol on the PS3 and the WiFi password validate correctly in the Settings, and that they match that you have set on the WiFi setup of the ISP's router. With a mismatch here to the WiFi settings, nothing on the PS3 will connect to the internet. If it all checks out but the unit doesn't connect to WiFi, if other devices in your house do and you have matched the settings, could be an indication of a problem with the PS3 hardware, scope of which to help you resolve is beyond this forum.
Most tablets connect to the internet through WIFI. Only a few can use SIM card to connect through 3G or 4G data connection. For WIFI connection, you must have a WIFI router at home. You will normally password-protect the WIFI rounter. To connect the tablet to the internet through the WIFI-router that is in operation, you will configure its WIFI settings to match the router's password. This will be done by going to tablet's Setting, turn on WIFI, click on your router in the list of detected routers, enter the password when prompted. Ensure that Connected is shown against your router. You can then browse the internet.
Looks like your wifi is on and is set to the default internet option. Turn off the wifi first by going to the wifi icon in your menu and tapping the wifi circle in the middle.
To change the internet profile i.e. 3G go to menu/internet/settings/internet profiles and choose your preffered option, normally you will need to request internet settings from your network provider by sending a text.
The blue icon you speak of is tells you wifi is on this should go away once wifi is deactivated better to do this as wifi eats up the battery on this phone big time.
look its an ADAPTER an adapter ADAPTS to the internet BUT for the internet you neeed WIFI.. BY a ROUTER Or by your DSL set up the wifi and your ADAPTER WILL pick up your WIFI once they ADAPT you can connect to the internet.. RATTTE
I will tell you how to set up wifi in corby 1st because it will come in handy in the second part.
1) 1 st go to menu and scroll to the right screen where the wifi shortcut is detected.r phon 2)Click on wifi and it will open and then click on the grey bubble which says wifi, this will activate your wifi. 3)Now click on search, and now your phone will search for available wifi signals. 4) If a wifi signal is available click on it and click connect. If you are accessing wifi from this source for the first time a window will pop up describing the wifi settings, now click on save and it will be saved.If the connection is a secured connection you will have to insert the password in the details 5) After saving the settings your phone will be connected to the network. 6) Once it is connected click on the wifi provider link and click start internet, now you can browse internet using wifi
To set up your gps 1) Go to menu click on settings 2) In settings go to phone settings 3)Select GPS settings 4)click on GPS + settingsr 5)Click on download data and then the phone will download data for your gps, you have to choose a profile for downloading the gps data that is whether if you are using gprs or wifi. Click the profile and you are done . 6)You will download data and to check position click on gps position in gps settings menu