Question about Cell Phones
Can,t used wi-fi
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
need to configure modem/router. just put ip address off modem into address bar on web browser. use admin as name and password for password. Check out portforward.com and all info will be easily found to solve problem.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
Try resetting your device to factory settings, but before doing so, please take a backup of everything (contacts, messages, calender etc.)To reset the device:
1. Turn off the phone and pull out the stylus.
2. With the device turned on, press and hold the VOLUME DOWN and
ENTER buttons, then press the RESET button with the stylus tip.
3. Release the RESET button, but continue pressing the VOLUME DOWN and ENTER buttons until you see this message on the screen:
"This operation will delete all your personal data, and reset all your settings...."
4. Release the VOLUME DOWN and ENTER buttons, then press the
VOLUME UP button to perform the hard reset, or press any other button to cancel the reset.
It might take a while to start the phone and check the WiFi after the phone has restarted. In case it still has the same issue, then it might be a hardware fault.
Posted on May 10, 2010
Testimonial: "this might be hardware fault after tried"
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.
Please let me know if this helps you. Thank you for using FixYa.
Posted on Oct 13, 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
Wi-fi has been known to eat up the battery life on ALL devices it's on.
That's just the way it functions.
If you really want to save battery on your phone, disable wireless, bluetooth and 4G connections you may have, dim the screen to it's lowest setting and change the display timeout to a very low time.
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
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