11-26-2011 5:22 AM
Got a new Dell Streak 7 Android 2.2 Wi-Fi tablet. Using the default security settings, it won't connect unless I disable the security. I tried each all of the different protocols also, same results.
Android 3.2, the latest for tabs is supposed to have improved Wi-Fi. I got the OTA notification for that and downloaded/installed it but get the same exact results. Android 3.2 does include DCHP and Proxy options, something I know nothing about.
I'll be going to a relative's home tomorrow who has a Wi-Fi system setup using whatever hardware and Comcast. We'll see how/if it works there.
BTW: The upgrade to Android 3.2 was scary since some have ended up with a useless paperweight afterwords or non-working buttons!
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11-26-2011 2:53 PM
Glad you figured it out.
To make your connection even more secure, change the default password on the RGs sticker to something you can remember easily, but still secure.
11-26-2011 4:46 PM
Yes, they should use the same terms as not to confuse the ignorant like me! Do you mean Password or the Wireless Network Key? Not sure what can/can't be changed.
11-27-2011 6:07 PM
12-18-2011 3:22 PM
go in to your wireless setup change your security to WPA-PSK(TKIP) delete wi fi from your device search for your SSID find it and reenter your network key it connect beautifully devices like tablets game consles all all connect
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