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Re: My konka model ude49hr314ants wount connect to wifi
If your Konka TV is having trouble connecting to your WiFi network, there are a few things you can try. First, make sure that your Konka TV is within range of your WiFi router.
If it's too far away, it won't be able to connect. Second, check to see if there are any obstructions between your Konka TV and the router. If there are, try moving the TV or the router to a different location.
Third, make sure that your router is compatible with your Konka TV. Konka TVs are not compatible with all routers, so you may need to get a new router.
Finally, if all else fails, you can try connecting your Konka TV to a different WiFi network.
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If it is connected to WIFI,
Go to settings on your phone, go to connectivity, go to WiFi and then reset your password from there. If your Tablet asks you for a new password, then enter 12345 because that is the default WiFi password for all Android devices. After that, you can enter a new password and re-create your WiFi password.
Does your WiFi network have a password? If so, have you entered the password? You might want to try going to some cafe or public place with free WiFi and see if it will connect there without issue. If so, then you at least know the WiFi works and that it's a configuration issue with your home WiFi.
you will need to set up the wifi first , there is a spot in the setup screens that says wifi , go to this and expand it by clicking on it , this will show a list of avail networks (there could be more than one) select yours in the list , a prompt will show up (enter network password ) you must enter your network password exactly as its in your router (or coffee shop router) and press enter when done , it will prompt back with connecting " when its done it will go back to previous screen , make sure your main prompt for wifi is still on then open your browser and enter a desination it should work , I will tell you this model is very picky about signal strength and wont connect unless you have least four bars .
Are you sure of Wifi password is correct?
if so, 1st; try restarting your ipad by holding down power/sleep button untill it show "Slide to shut down" leave it off for 10 seconds & then re-open it.enter the Wifi -password, sometimes this step works.
2nd solution ; try resetting your iPad network settings, it will not affect your ipad in any thing except it will forget all entered passwords for any wifi you have already connected before. go to General from Setting, choose resett, and inside only reset network setting, shut down ipad & try to connect to the wifi again. Hope this solution work for you. Also you may try shutting down & opening your router again after 10 seconds while off. Good Luck.
Make sure that you're attempting to connect to the right WiFi hotspot. The tablet may be attempting to connect to a WiFi signal that different from what you expect (a neighbor's, etc.).
Once you're certain that your accessing the intended WiFi signal, attempt your password again. Depending on model tablet, you may be able to keep the password displayed as you type for review before entering to connect. If not, carefully review each character on screen after touching each to see that it is correct (not capitalized, or number or symbol instead). Backspace as needed to make corrections as needed.
After seeing that the WiFi password is being sent properly to the intended WiFi signal, you will connect.
First of all, you must have the password which is set for your home WIFI. You can't do anything without it. Assuming you got the password, Go to tablet's Settings, turn on WIFI. When your WIFI router is displayed in the list, select it and you will be prompted for the password. Enter the password and click Connect. When you see Connected, it's done.
Most tablets connect to the internet through WIFI. Only a few can use SIM card to connect through 3G or 4G data connection. For WIFI connection, you must have a WIFI router at home. You will normally password-protect the WIFI rounter. To connect the tablet to the internet through the WIFI-router that is in operation, you will configure its WIFI settings to match the router's password. This will be done by going to tablet's Setting, turn on WIFI, click on your router in the list of detected routers, enter the password when prompted. Ensure that Connected is shown against your router. You can then browse the internet.