Question about Google Android
So i wanted to reset the gmail to my own because the current one was someone elses. So i shut it off you know and then pressed home+end and it took me to the very beggining where i have to enter my own account and yeah.. But now I put it in and it says something about the internet connection.. So is there any way to use my wifi instead of buying the internet plan?? Because when i click menu and click on APN settings can't you put your wifi info there? But idk nothing about the proxy... and well yeah Main question: Can i use my wifi to set my gmail account? Because now i can't access my phone at all of is there a way to like go back to how it was?
Wifi is just a wireless connection. u need to connect to an access point that is connected to internet. u can maybe crack nearby WEP keys to "steal some net". anything with WPA encryption would be too hard to crack so just google "cracking wep" and follow the tutorials. do this on a pc with net ofcourse then transfer the program to your pc. good luck.
other than that. pay for a connection.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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