Question about Cell Phones
Its should be software problem.. 1st factory restore the phone otherwise visit any service center
Posted on Nov 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My Samsung Galaxy 3 -
To be able to find out the MAC address of your Samsung Galaxy phone, please do the steps below:
1. Press the Menu button, under the display on the left hand side.
2. A menu panel appears onscreen. Press Settings.
3. The phone's Settings menu appears. Press Wireless Controls.
4. From the Wi-Fi Controls Menu, press Wi-Fi Settings.
5. Press the Menu button (to the left under the display).
6. A menu pops up onscreen. Press Advanced.
7. The 12-character MAC address is listed in this menu.
There you go, you just have to add the MAC address where required in the appropriate place in the Wi-Fi router's configuration set up.
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Posted on Oct 13, 2010
If you forgot the password or don't know the security code, You have to master reset the phone. Contact your service provider to get a master reset code at free of cost....You can also visit http://www.unlock-zone.com/ and can see different options there to get unlock code for a price. Choose any price appropriate for you.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
I just had this same problem - I suspect it may have been a new app I installed that changed some settings.
I fixed mine by going into Settings>Mobile Network settings, then tick "Use packet data". Worth a try.
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
SOURCE: I had recently purchased Samsung
you have not mentioned the wifi router make and moel
for this you have to go to your router web admin to add your device as WPS client this will solve the problem
for that all the models are differently configured so you have to try playing with the settings yourself, if you jumble up the settings of you wifi router there is a reset switch in all the routers that restors your router to factory settings.
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Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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