When i go on internet pressing the small e in corner of screen it normally brings me up wi home page but its just bringing me up wi a page called malawerecore and saying i have aworm how do i get that page off
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If the problem was only setting up the home page you could do it easily from tools menu, then internet options then put right address in home page box. That page is a malaware itself. It means there is a kind of virus and will create more and more troubles in the future. the virus (lets call it this way in absence of detailed info) set up your page to that malawarecore software, which is a bogus antispyware. DO NOT INSTALL SOFWARE FROM THAT PAGE, even if it is telling that it will clean your computer. It will only open your computer's backdoors to more malicious software. Using this link you can download a genuine malicious software remover. Be also sure you have your antivirus working and up to date. If you do not have an effective antivirus here is a free one.
If you cannot get rid of the bugs using this software you may need to contact a technician in your area.In London we do this kind of job for 50 pounds, it may be cheaper in other areas.
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tap top let corner of page. That should bring you to a list of options, like change font size and other icons. tap the corner again and you should be back to main menu listing. tap the book name when finished to go back to where you left off.
Ensure that you have the appropriate network key code needed to
enable you to access a secure Wi-Fi network.
If you are connecting to a secure Wi-Fi network with MAC address
restrictions, you will require pre-authorisation for the router. You
will need to find your Samsung Jet's MAC (Media Access Control)
address. This is a 12-character code which may be needed by the network
controller to enable the phone to connect. See Getting the Samsung
Jet's MAC address below.
You can get to the Wi-Fi
application either via the main menu or using a homescreen Wi-Fi Widget.
To get to the Wi-Fi application via the main menu, press the MENU
button (either on the home screen or the hexagonal button beneath)
In the main menu, swipe your finger sideways to go through the
pages until you see the Wi-Fi icon. Press to
The Wi-Fi application opens.
use the Wi-Fi Widget, from standby, press the home screen. The Widget
toolbar opens up.
Scroll down to find the Wi-Fi Widget icon. Press the Wi-Fi
Widget. The Wi-Fi Widget will pop
up on the main screen.
Press the Wi-Fi Widget on the main part of the
display to launch the Wi-Fi application. The Wi-Fi application opens.
in the Wi-Fi screen, press the large Wi-Fi button in the middle of the
screen to turn it on. Wi-Fi is activated and the
button turns blue.
Press SEARCH Nearby Wi-Fi access points (APs)
appear as small circles on the display, with their names next to them.
Press the circle representing the Wi-Fi Netowrk you
want to connect to. An options panel appears.
You can press
connect to the network or
press ADD if you want to add it to a list of preferred
networks for easy access later.
You are taken into a settings
menu for the Wi-Fi access point. If the Wi-Fi access point requires a
network key code,
scroll down to the Network Key panel. Press
The numberpad appears. Type in the network key code
and press DONE. You are returned to the previous settings screen. Press
A list of connections
appears. Press the back arrow button
If you initially pressed
CONNECT, the phone will
connect to the selected Wi-Fi network and a confirmation message will
appear. The display now shows the new connection, illustrated by blue
dots linking the circles onscreen (Figure 15).
If you initially
pressed ADD, you will be returned
to the Wi-Fi screen. Press the circle representing the Wi-Fi network you
want to connect to. A pop up panel appears.
Press CONNECT. You
will be connected and the
connection illustrated onscreen.
Press the back button to return to the home
From the home screen press MENU to enter the main
menu (Figure 1).
In the main menu, press INTERNET
browser option you want (Home, Enter URL, Bookmarks,
etc.) (Figure 18) and press to select. If you press Home you will be
taken to the pre-loaded home page.
If required, use the
numberpad to type in an URL or scroll a list to
select bookmarks. When an URL is completed press GO.
Alternatively press the bookmark you wish to access. You will taken to
the web page requested.
Activate Wi-Fi and press SEARCH,
When the Wi-Fi access point you want to connect to appears on
display (Figure 8), press it to select.
A pop up options panel
appears (Figure 9). Press DETAILS
Details of the Wi-Fi access
point appear onscreen.
Scroll down by dragging your finger up
the screen. Towards the
bottom of the settings list, DEVICE MAC appears, with a
string of 12 charactesr beneath (Figure 21). Each handset has an
individual MAC address, and this panel will display your Samsung Jet's
unique Mac address.
Make a note of the MAC address. You will need it if you want to use
the Samsung Jet's Wi-Fi to access a secure Wi-Fi network using MAC
address restrictions. This can be added into the wireless router
settings access list.
First, loof for a special icon along the top row of your keyboard. One of those keys turns wi-fi on and off. You may need to hold down the "FN" key while pressing the wi-fi key. Make sure that you have selected the wi-fi "on" setting. Next, you can try going somewhere that has free wi-fi such as a Starbucks coffee bar or a restaurant. Open your internet browser (Internet Explorer has a large blue icon of the letter "e"). See if you get on the internet. If so, your wireless adapter is working OK. Now, most homes have wi-fi that is password protected. Click on the little bar graph icon in lower right corner of your screen and a list of available wi-fi networks should appear. Choose your home wi-fi and click on Connect. This will open a screen where you must enter the passwordor passphrase to gain access to the wi-fi. Good luck.
There are two ways. On the left edge of the phone, near the top, is the volume button. Turn up the volume by pressing the top of the rocker button, down lowers the volume.
You can also mute and unmute the phone from your home screen. Press and drag your finger from the upper left corner, down. This will bring up the "Notifications" menu. Across the top are 5 icons (Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, Sound, and Airplane mode). If the sound icon says "Sound on", you can press it and it will switch to "Vibrate", and then "Silent", and then back to "Sound On". Hope that helps!
When your internet is up go to the upper left hand corner and bring the drop down list that has "manage add-ons" In that section you can turn off and delete tool bars/search engines you do not want. You may have to go to the Google start page to select Google for you home page. This can also be done under the Internet options button.
Go to the Google home page and run your mouse to the top right corner of the page. Gmail icon should appear, then click on it and log in.
Or from Google search just type in "Gmail" and it will bring you there, or close enough (might require one more click).
First what is a KC550 lg , laptop , deskop , mobile phone. Im assuming phone have you synced with the wireless router ?
Connecting your LG phone to wireless Internet is easy to
accomplish with phones that can receive Wi-Fi signals.
You may decide to use the Wi-Fi capabilities in the event
that you do not receive the best signal from your wireless provider at your
home or office.
If this is the case, then hooking up to a Wi-Fi network near
you could provide you with a faster connection to the Internet and a more
reliable signal to send e-mails, texts and pictures.
Press the "Applications" tab on the home screen of
Scroll down the list of applications until you reach the
Press "Settings" to bring up the menu.
Locate and click the "Wireless & Network" or
"Connections" option within the "Settings" menu.
Select the "Wi-Fi Setting" or "Wireless
Manager" option, then select the network that you want to connect to and
All of the available wireless networks within your range will
Enter the wireless network password (usually located
bottom of router) if you are connecting to a secure network.
Press the "Done" button followed by the
Start out by bringing up the cube, but this time press the Comm Manager button and then press the WLAN button. This will turn on the Wi-Fi “radio” inside your phone. If you are within range of a Wi-Fi signal (your home network perhaps) a wizard will pop up on the bottom of the screen indicating wireless networks that are within range and it asks you to “Select a network to connect to:”. These are “access points”, or commonly referred to as “hotspots”. Chances are there will be more than one so simply tap on the name of the one that is available to you and that you know the password for if necessary. The next window will ask you to select if the access point/hotspot you selected connects to the internet or to “Work”. “Work” indicates a private network, so chances are you will want to tap on “the internet” as your choice. If the network you chose is “security enabled” you will be asked to enter the “key” (password), then press “connect”. If it is not a secure network, do not enter anything and just press “connect”. Look at the top of your screen and notice the Wi-Fi status indicator. When the arrows stop being animated and the little tower icon has a solid circle around the top part you are connected to the network and ready to surf. The next time you are within range of this network you will be able to connect automatically within seconds of turning on Wi-Fi in the Comm Manager. You only have to go through this setup procedure each time you connect to a new network for the first time. Once you have connected to a Wi-Fi network, the settings will be saved and you can see/edit/delete these settings by tapping on the soft menu labeled “Settings” from the Comm Manager page. Choose “Wireless LAN” then press the left soft button labeled “Menu” and choose “Wi-Fi”. There you will see the network names that are available to you now, or that you connected to in the past. If you will not be using a particular network again you can delete it by either pressing directly on the name of it long enough to bring up a menu that has “remove settings” as a choice or by highlighting the one you want to delete and then pressing the right soft button labeled “Menu” and choosing “Remove Settings”.
Once you are connected, press Comm Manager’s left soft button labeled “Exit” or tap the “X” in the upper right-hand corner then bring up the cube and press the “Internet Explorer” button. Then you can go to whatever web page you want.