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Displays on wi fi will not log on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Go to Preferences (prefs) and make sure that the network is set to WiFi, then go to Wifi and make sure that the wireless radio is turned on. Then click on setup, let it scan for any available network. Then when it finds the network, click connect.
If that does not work, you may need to do a hard reset to set it back to default settings.
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Posted on Feb 08, 2009
You probably called their customer support or billing, which know nothing about technical stuff.
Wi-fi is completely independent from the cellular network, so it will not charge you anything. Wi-fi just connects to a wireless router, like the one in your home, if you have one. In other words it connects to the internet via someones home/office internet connection. I have a touch diamond and dont have a data plan, and only use wifi, works great..BUT:
If you do not have a data plan (pay as you go data) with Bell, IMMEDIATELY get a 'data block' on your phone, at first they might say oh it will not let you use some functions, etc, put insist, persist, and use force if neccesary as they dont like giving you a data block..It costs about $50 per mb if you use the pay per use internet! I think that was the 1X, but im not sure, its ridiculously high!
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
No, wifi is completely seperate from the cellular network. It will not cost you anything, but will depend on whether or not there are wireless routers/networks near you and if they are secured (with a password) or not. Wi-Fi is basically a home/office internet connection, just wireless.
For example, all starbucks has 'wi-fi'.
If you don't have a data plan for your phone, get a data block immediately from Bell. They dont like giving data blocks, and they say some functions wont work but they mean stuff that connects to the internet, which will cost you if you wifi isn't connected since it defaults to the cellular providers internet. It cost be about $12 for less than half a MB of usage. Their rate per MB is more than $50, im not kidding.. just checked my bill. If you just got the phone you can get the charges reversed just say you didn't know it would connect to the cellular web and that it cost so much etc etc. They should be lenient if you just got the phone etc...
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
You can try deleting the cookies and the Temp Files. You can do that going to the internet explorer, Tools- Internet Options.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
here is the download link for your Wi-Fi driver
For Windows Vista :
For Windows 7 :
Download and install the driver according to your operating system.
Your Wi-Fi will work fine now.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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