Question about Cell Phones
you have not mentioned the wifi router make and moel
for this you have to go to your router web admin to add your device as WPS client this will solve the problem
for that all the models are differently configured so you have to try playing with the settings yourself, if you jumble up the settings of you wifi router there is a reset switch in all the routers that restors your router to factory settings.
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Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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Seems it's a bug from Wave but alternatively you can try to change your DNS.
1. Temporarily urn off Wi-Fi on your phone
2. Go to Settings --> Connectivity --> Wi-Fi and tap on your WLAN's name.
3. Tap IP Address Type box
4. Set DNS 220.127.116.11 (google's public DNS)
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