Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
My wifi on my iphone does not work at all, is there any way i can get it to work or will i have to buy a part for the phone?
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
You should get setting for wap and add them into phone local network in setting pad also try connecting to free wi-fi spot also get setting
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it may be finding it but not showing the passcode screen to enter your wep key.
tap the wifi settings and set you network information and the wep network key which is located on your router.
If you put any other code in your wifi won;t connect.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
W002 - Wi-Fi Connection Failed
Means The phone cannot get an IP Address from the Server.
Common issues are
The signal is to weak to make a reliable connection
WEP is configured incorrectly or WPA
DHCP may be disabled, it needs to be enabled on the router
There are other more technical issues to this but without more information this should be a good start.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
First, sync your iPhone or iPod touch to iTunes to backup your user information, Contacts, Calendar, and other data. Then try the following steps in order.
One On the device, tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Check to see if the device now displays the Wi-Fi address or Bluetooth address (tap Settings > General > About and scroll down to Wi-Fi Address or Bluetooth). If there is a Wi-Fi address and a Bluetooh address, then you're done with these steps and you can resync your settings and your media using iTunes.
If there's still no Wi-Fi address or Bluetooth address, then continue to step two.
Two On the device, tap Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings. Check to see if the device now displays the Wi-Fi address and Bluetooth address (tap Settings > General > About and scroll down to Wi-Fi Address or Bluetooth). If there is a Wi-Fi address and Bluetooth address, then you're done with these steps and can resync your settings and your media using iTunes.
If there's still no Wi-Fi dddress or Bluetooth address, then continue to step three.
Four If there is no Wi-Fi address or Bluetooth address listed after doing the above steps, then your iPhone or iPod touch may need to be repaired. See the iPhone Service FAQ or iPod Service FAQ for additional service information.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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