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Wi-Fi service available but LG Incite can't connect to it

The phone recognizes the availabe Wi-Fi networks but when attempting to connect it says ''connecting'' for a few seconds then reverts to ''available''. Also, if I am able to get connected via Wi-Fi, do I still use the browser icon to connect to the internet? In addition, I see references to entering valid web addresses or else the browser would say ''lost connection'' or something like that but where do I enter this valid address?
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A wifi connection reverting to available could mean a wrong password enter or a wrong encryption type.
If the available wifi networks are being use as hotspot, then you probably needs to register in order to use the wifi network.
If it's a private network, check if the network is at band 5 or 2.4. Just some tips for you to check out.

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SOURCE: LG Incite: Connect to a multiple-user WiFi network

To enable or disable Wi-Fi

  1. Choose Start, choose Settings, choose the Connections tab, and then choose Wireless Manager.
  2. Choose the Wi-Fi button. If it is turned off, the button will appear as a lighter color and display an icon marked with an "X".
  3. Choose Done.
clear.gif To set up a Wi-Fi connection
  1. Choose Start, choose Settings, choose the Connections tab, and then choose Wireless Manager.
  2. Scroll to Wi-Fi and press ENTER. The device will detect available Wi-Fi networks.
  3. Select the network you want to connect to, and then choose OK.
  4. Select Internet or Work, and then choose Connect.
    If you select a secure network, you may have to enter a network key that is provided by the network administrator.
clear.gif To edit a Wi-Fi connection
  1. Choose Start, choose Settings, choose the Connections tab, and then choose Wireless Manager.
  2. Choose Menu, and then choose Wi-Fi Settings.
  3. Scroll to the connection that you want to edit, choose Menu, and then choose Edit.
  4. Make changes as needed, and then choose Finish.
clear.gif To delete a Wi-Fi connection
  1. Choose Start, choose Settings, choose the Connections tab, and then choose Wireless Manager.
  2. Choose Menu, and then choose Wi-Fi Settings.
  3. Scroll to the connection that you want to delete, choose Menu, and then choose Remove Settings.
clear.gif To change Wi-Fi settings
  1. Choose Start, choose Settings, choose the Connections tab, and then choose Wireless Manager.
  2. Choose Menu, choose Wi-Fi Settings, and then choose the Wireless tab.
  3. Scroll to the connection that has the settings that you want to change, choose Menu, and then choose Edit.
  4. Change any of the following information:
    • In Network name, enter a name for the connection.
    • In Connects to, select The Internet or Work.
    • If the network is a hidden network, which means that it does not broadcast its Service Set Identifier (SSID), select This is a hidden network.
    • If you want to connect directly to another device or computer, and not to a network through an access point, select This is a device to device (ad-hoc) connection.
  5. Choose Next.
  6. On the Configure Network Authentication screen, do the following:
    • Select the authentication and data encryption methods.
    • Enter the network key information or select the The key is automatically provided check box.
      If it is necessary, ask the network administrator for authentication, encryption, and network key information.
  7. Choose Next.
  8. Select or clear the Use IEEE 802.1X network access control check box.
  9. To use Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) or smart card authentication, make the selections appropriate to your choice of authentication.
  10. Choose Finish.

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

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SOURCE: My blackberry storm 2 browser is missing when i am

Hi,

I had the same problem as yours. Here's how I solved it. First you'll need to download the blackberry software from sasktel website. Just google it and you'll find it. Once you've downloaded it here's what to do:

1. Download the latest firmware to your PC
2. Install the firmware onto your PC that is running BlackBerry Desktop Manager
3. Go to c:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Apploader and delete the vendor.xml file. If you are using Desktop Manager 4.7 or higher you must also disconnect your PC from the internet.
4. Connect your device and open Desktop Manager
5. When prompted select "Upgrade Now" (If you are not prompted select Applications Loader > Update)
6. Follow the prompts and your device will be upgraded.

This solved my problem and my browser is running perfectly well on wifi.

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clear.gif To edit a Wi-Fi connection
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  3. Scroll to the connection that you want to edit, choose Menu, and then choose Edit.
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clear.gif To delete a Wi-Fi connection
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  2. Choose Menu, and then choose Wi-Fi Settings.
  3. Scroll to the connection that you want to delete, choose Menu, and then choose Remove Settings.
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