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Wifi problems Howdo it get thelifedrive to connect to wifi, I do not have a bluetooth phone, but do have a wireless router at home?

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You need the wireless connection to be blue tooth enabled.

Here's a good read on how bluetooth works-

http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/bluetooth.htm

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