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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I picked 1 up for the first time and connected in 2 minutes.
In settings page where you add a wireless connection, you will need to know..
Security type, mine was wpa2 ( may be wpa/wpa2/wep)
SSID, your network name that is transmitted, mine was default
password, whatever the wireless password you chose with wpa, if you have wep, it gives you a pass key, you will need to log onto your router to get this
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
SOURCE: screen reads unable to connect
Try this and see if this helps. Go into your network settings and press the little blue button to the right to see the network options you should see it already has a dns server and ip adress. Where it says auto join turn this off. Now see if you are able to connect. hope this helps kidromulous
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
SOURCE: Downloading books
If you have the 3G model of Kindle then you can download books using 3G which is like you would use with a mobile phone.
If you don't have 3G then you will need to connect to a WiFi network in order to download books directly to the Kindle. See the Connecting With WiFi Guide for details of how to do so.
You can also transfer books directly from your PC to your Kindle using a USB lead - see the video guide on how to do this.
Posted on Dec 29, 2011
Read and look at the diagrams on the following link. It should help you a lot.
Posted on Aug 19, 2012
Assuming you're trying to connect via wireless router. If you connect, but then aren't able to get to the Internet. I would something is wrong between the router to the modem to the wall (DSL/Cable modem) rather then your tablet device. You can connect your device to your router and you device will show it has a wifi connection, but beyond the router something may be amiss. Try seeing what you get from another device like computer or laptop. That might get you closer to your actual issue,
Posted on Jun 02, 2014
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