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How do I connect my new Lenovo A10 70 to the web


  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Choose Wi-Fi to view a list of available Wi-Fi networks on the right side of the screen. Otherwise, the list shows up full screen.
  3. Choose a wireless network from the list. When no wireless networks are listed, you're sort of out of luck regarding Wi-Fi access from your current location.
  4. If prompted, type the network password.
    Touch the Show Password check box so that you can see what you're typing; some of those network passwords can be long.
  5. Touch the Connect button.
    The network is connected immediately. If not, try the password again.

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How do I find my SSID?


The SSID of a wireless network is determined by the wireless access point (AP) that you are using. Some AP's have a label on the bottom that give the SSID and Key for that particular network. Some AP's broadcast the SSID and that can be read off the air when you attempt to connect. Those are the 'available' networks that show up in the wireless network list. If you are trying to connect to a network that is not your own, you need to get the connection data, including the SSID and network key, from the person providing the network. There are open networks that broadcast their SSID and don't require any key, but those networks are not secure and data transmitted on them can be stolen.

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9" Inch Google Android 4.2.2 Allwinner A23 Tablet PC Dual Core WiFi 8GB UK how do i connect to my television?


You can try this and see if it works for you:

Connect to Wi-Fi networks Some of this information applies only to devices running Android 5.0 and higher. If your device is running 4.4 or lower, the Menu icon looks like this 01640868e1517a345806b8352772a19a6aa8. If your device is running 4.3 or lower, the Settings icon looks like this snp_2918920_en_v1.
You can connect to Wi-Fi networks with your device, as well as add networks you use often or remove networks you don't use any longer. You can also change the settings for saved Wi-Fi networks on your device.
Keep in mind that your device will remember networks you connect to, along with security details, and connect automatically when in range.

Turn on Wi-Fi and connect to a network

  1. Open your device's Settings menu snp_bee8810a5fcd80173673b4b15a1804eaee99_3529219_en_v0.
  2. Under "Wireless & networks," touch Wi-Fi.
  3. Touch the Wi-Fi switch to turn it to the On position.
  4. You'll see a list of saved and available networks.
    • Secured networks display a lock icon 9708aea66a4ca95cd2dda6f363c600366de9 and ask for a password to connect.
    • Your device will remember networks it connects to and automatically connect to them when in range.
    • You can forget a saved Wi-Fi network if you don't want your device to connect to it automatically.
  5. Touch a network name from the list of available networks to connect to it.
    • Android 5.0 or higher: If the saved network you want to connect to isn't showing up in the list of networks on your screen, touch the Menu icon e0c84b16c85d9e9f1f5eb1d0111d3421b872 in the top right corner of the screen. Touch Refresh to reload the list of networks. Touch Add network and enter the network's name (SSID) and other security details, if needed. Then touch Save.
  6. Once connected, your device will say "Connected" under the network name.
Once you've connected to a network, it will show up in your Saved networks list. If you have trouble connecting to Wi-Fi, try the following steps:

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How do get wi-fy on my tablet?


It's a good idea to access Wi-Fi whenever possible to avoid data charges. After you've activated the Android tablet's Wi-Fi radio, you can connect to an available wireless network. Obey these steps:
  1. Open the Settings app.
  2. Choose Wi-Fi.On some Samsung tablets, you find the Wi-Fi item on the Connections tab. Choose Wi-Fi to view a list of available Wi-Fi networks on the right side of the screen. Otherwise, the list shows up full screen.
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  3. Choose a wireless network from the list.When no wireless networks are listed, you're sort of out of luck regarding Wi-Fi access from your current location.
  4. If prompted, type the network password.
    Touch the Show Password check box so that you can see what you're typing; some of those network passwords can be long.
  5. Touch the Connect button.
    The network is connected immediately. If not, try the password again.
When the tablet is connected to a wireless network, you see the Wi-Fi Connected status icon. This icon indicates that the tablet's Wi-Fi is on, connected, and communicating with a Wi-Fi network.
Some wireless networks don't broadcast their names, which adds security but also makes connecting more difficult. In those cases, touch the Add icon. This icon might also be labeled Add Wi-Fi or Manually Connect. To make the connection, type the network name, or SSID, and choose the type of security.
You also need the password, if one is used. You can obtain this information from the girl with the pink hair who sold you coffee or from whoever is in charge of the wireless network at your location.
  • Not every wireless network has a password. Still:
  • Be careful when connecting to a non-password-protected network. It's possible that the Bad Guys can monitor such a network, stealing passwords and other information.
  • Some public networks are open to anyone, but you have to use the web browser app to find a login web page that lets you access the network: Simply browse to any page on the Internet, and the login web page shows up.
  • The Android tablet automatically remembers every Wi-Fi network it has ever been connected to and automatically reconnects upon finding the same network again.
  • To disconnect from a Wi-Fi network, simply turn off Wi-Fi.
  • Use Wi-Fi whenever you plan to remain in one location for a while. Unlike a mobile data network, a Wi-Fi network's broadcast signal has a limited range. If you wander too far away, your tablet loses the signal and is disconnected.

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How do you set tablet to static IP?


If you have Android 3.x, use this procedure:

1)Open Settings
2)Touch Wireless & networks on the left
3)Touch Wi-Fi settings
4)Find the network you wish to connect to and long press it (touch and hold).
5)Touch Modify Network
6)Touch the IP Settings drop down and change from DHCP to Static
7)Enter the settings for your network - if you are unsure what settings to use, contact your network administrator


If you are using Android 4.0, then use this procedure:

1)Open Settings
2)Under the Wireless & networks heading on the left, Touch Wi-Fi
3)Find the network you wish to connect to and long press it (touch and hold).
4)Touch Modify Network
5)Touch the Show Advanced Settings check box in the lower left corner of the dialogue box. If the Show Advanced Settings option is not displayed, you may need to go back a step and Touch Forget Network, and then, when you reset up the network, you will see the Show Advanced Settings option
6)Touch the IP Settings drop down and change from DHCP to Static
7)Enter the settings for your network - if you are unsure what settings to use, contact your network administrator

To ensure that you have got Static IP visit IP-Details.com to have an IP lookup.

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Go to settings. Left hand side. Turn w fi on. All available wireless networks will show up.

Your network will show up. Sign in with your password. If you are successful it will show up as connected.

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Samsung galaxy tablet wont connect to server, says network error


Is your Samsung Galaxy Tab locked with any particular network?If so..when you insert other networks sim..it will show error messages like network error/invalid sim etc.I suggest you can approach your network provider and get the unlock code for your device.You can follow the free unlock instructions from Mobileunlockguide.com and enter the unlock code easily.This way you can unlock the device very easily.

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Rembering a forgotten wifi network


I'm guessing you may have tapped on the network and hit "forget"? if this is the case you simply need to go to your wireless settings and manually reconnect to the wifi (you will need to know the wifi name and password).
make sure the network is in range and shows up in the available network list, if it does not and you know you are in range, it may either be the network itself is not broadcasting or your device may not have the wireless turned on/ functioning correctly.
hope this helps.

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I have an Arnova 9G2 tablet and a Netgear WNDR3300 wireless router. How do I add the wi fi network to the tablet? I donot have any SSID for the router.....


Without the SSID, you can't add the Arnova tablet to that network. The default SSID for the WNDR3300 is NETGEAR. You'll need to log into the router (preferably with a device on the wired network ports). Make sure that the wireless network is on and broadcasting its SSID for the 2.4GHz network. Confirm the password (passkey) and the encryption protocol. (The default user name and password for the router is in the manual, see page 19 (page 23 on the PDF) of http://www.downloads.netgear.com/files/GDC/WNDR3300V1/WNDR3300_SM_12Nov07.pdf . )

The tablet will look for available networks after you go to the Settings menu on the Home screen. Go to the Wireless & Network. Then turn on the Wi-fi (if needed) and then go to Wi-fi settings. Then find the SSID and enter the password and encryption type.

I hope this helps.

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You don't mention if you have a 3G tablet, or do you rely on a wi-Fi hotspot on your computer or phone to connect your tablet?
On your tablet, go to settings,on left column, make sure WI-Fi is on, if not, touch it to enable. Your connection should show up on the right side of screen. press and hold the name of your wi-fi network, it will ask you "forget network" or "modify network" Choose modify network and make sure you type your wi-fi password in( do it again if it is already showing up.) I find it easier to use the feature for displaying what you are typing in. Hope this helps. You can also piggy back on a wi-fi hotspot on your smartphone.

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