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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you may not be able to join these networks as these networks are from your neighbourhood who have protected them by passwords. you may try 12345 as somebody might have kept this default password. But again you can not access networks protected by passwords unless you know it.
you may ask your friend or neighbour who can share his net with you.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
Sounds like there is a problem with the WiFi card in your phone, take it back to an Apple store, all Apple stores have a WiFi open network so you can show a Mac Specialist the problem, my thinking is if it doesn't connect at home then it wont connect to there network. If your phone doesn't work in the store ask to speak to the manager or assistant manager, be persistent and insistent if your iPhone is not hacked they will change it but you have to fight your corner.
Posted on May 07, 2008
Had this problem for a couple of days now, and finally cracked it!
Bear with me through explanation, as I'm sure it'll solve your problem. With my router, I have WEP protection. The passkey (i.e. 7A533AA1C7) is generated by me inputting some text (in this case 'nickiscool') and the router converting it to hex or something. I then have four options of codes similar to the above (let's call them 1,2,3 & 4). I select one of these, apply the settings, and thats the passkey set.
Then, I go to my wireless settings on my PC, try to connect to the wifi and input the passkey. Crucially, beneath the passkey entry bit is a 'Key Index', this has to be set to the correct number (1,2,3 or 4) for the connection to work.
For example, I have chosen passkey 2, so I must set my key index is set to 2. Everything works and I'm all happy. That is until I try to find the wifi on my new iphone...
It finds the network, but every time I input the correct passkey, it says it's incorrect. Frustrating! But, what it seems to me is that the iphone's 'Key Index' is permanently set to 1. So, to fix...
- Go into your router settings, generate passkeys and pick option 1.
- Go into your wireless settings, input the new passkey and set 'Key Index' to 1 so your wireless keeps working.
- Attempt to connect with your iphone, use new passkey.
- Bet it works!
Best of luck with it. Tricky and annoying problem, but this seems to have fixed it for me, and I tested it a couple of times to make sure the theory is correct.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
your i phone may be asking for the password to the phone itself this is a safety feature so that nobody can make changes or access features of the phone that are restricted for anybody but the owner.so the next time it ask for a password just enter the passcode that you use for unlocking the Phone I hope this helps
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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