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  • Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi - Wi-Fi Set Up

    • Motorola XOOM Wi-Fi supports WEP, WPA/WPA2 PSK

       

      Turning Wi-Fi on or off

      Locating MAC address  

      Adding from available networks

      Adding a network manually  

      Scanning for available networks  

      Deleting a saved network  

      Troubleshooting


      Turning Wi-Fi on or off

      To turn Wi-Fi on or off, perform the following steps:
      1.      From the home screen, tap Apps         
      2.      Tap Settings.
      3.      Tap Wireless & networks.
      4.      Tap Wi-Fi to turn on or turn off Wi-Fi networks.


      Locating a MAC address

      To locate the Wi-Fi MAC address from the phone status, perform the following steps:
      1.      From the home screen, tap Apps .        
      2.      Tap Settings.
      3.      Scroll to and tap About tablet.
      4.      Tap Status.
      5.      Scroll to view Wi-Fi MAC address.


      Adding from available networks

      To add from available networks, perform the following steps:
      1.      From the home screen, tap Apps.  
      2.      Tap Settings.
      3.      Tap Wireless & networks.
      4.      Tap Wi-Fi settings.
      5.      If necessary, tap Wi-Fi to turn on and view Wi-Fi networks.
      6.      Scroll to and tap the Wi-Fi network to which you want to connect.
      7.      If security is enabled, enter the key or wireless password.
      8.      Tap Connect.


      Adding a network manually


      To add a network manually, perform the following steps:
      1.      From the home screen, tap Apps   
      2.      Tap Settings.
      3.      Tap Wireless & networks.
      4.      Tap Wi-Fi settings.
      5.      If necessary, tap Wi-Fi to turn on and view Wi-Fi networks.
      6.      Scroll to and tap Add Wi-Fi network.
      7.      Enter the Network SSID.
      8.      Tap Save.
      9.      Tap the Security field.
      10.    Select one of the following options: WEP, WPA/WPA2 PSK
      11.    If required, enter additional security settings.
      12.    Tap Save.


      Scanning for available networks

      To scan for available networks, perform the following steps:
      1.      From the home screen, tap Apps . 
      2.      Tap Settings.
      3.      Tap Wireless & networks.
      4.      Tap Wi-Fi settings.
      5.      If necessary, tap Wi-Fi to turn on and view Wi-Fi networks.
      6.      Tap the Menu key.
      7.      Tap Scan.
      8.      Scroll to and tap the Wi-Fi network to which you want to connect.
      9.      If security is enabled, enter the key or wireless password.
      10.    Tap Connect.


      Deleting a saved network

      To delete a Wi-Fi network, perform the following steps:
      1.      From the home screen, tap Apps    
      2.      Tap Settings.
      3.      Tap Wireless & networks.
      4.      Tap Wi-Fi settings.
      5.      Scroll to and tap the Wi-Fi network you want to delete.
      6.      Tap Forget.

       


      Troubleshooting tips

      If you are experiencing WiFi related problems, here are a few steps that may help you resolve them.


      1. First step - Make sure your phone software is up-to-date

      o From the home screen, touch Apps > Settings

      o Scroll down to "About Tablet"

      o Select "System Updates". If any update is available, please accept and wait for the installation to complete.


      2. Make sure the firmware of your wireless router is up-to-date.

      o Please follow the link to the manufacturer of your wireless router to search for the right firmware that fits to your device

      o A list of links for common wireless router manufacturers


       

      · Apple - http://support.apple.com/downloads/#airport

      · Belkin - http://en-us-support.belkin.com/app/product/list/q/routers/

      · Cisco - http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/valet

      · Dlink - http://www.dlink.com/support/products/

      · Linksys - http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/linksys

      · Netgear - http://kb.netgear.com/app/products/list/p3/164

      · Trendnet - http://www.trendnet.com/downloads/category.asp?iType=24


       

      o Note: please follow the instructions of the wireless router manufacturer. If needed, back up the router configuration before updating the software.


      3. Restart your wireless router by unplugging it from the power outlet for about 30 seconds and then plugging it back

      4. Enable SSID broadcasting on your wireless router (if it was disabled previously)

      5. Turn off the MAC filtering feature on your wireless router

      6. If you are using security, please make sure you password/passkey on both router and phone are identical

      Note: We are continuously trying to improve our products and will release software updates when possible to resolve issues.


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  • Eee Pad Transformer TF101 - How do I connect a wireless access point (AP)?

  • Eee Pad Transformer TF101 - How to access Internet with Windows XP

  • Eee Pad Transformer TF101 - How to access Internet with Windows 7

    • Solution
      Step 1: Please enable the WLAN device in BIOS setup. 
      When booting, press "F2" repeatedly to enter BIOS setting==>[Advanced]==>[Onboard Device]==>Set "WLAN" as "enabled"==>press "F10" to save the setting.
       

      Step 2: Activate the wireless LAN function by pressing "Fn" + "F2" before configuring a wireless network connection. 


      Step 3: Click the wireless network icon with an orange star  in the Windows Notification area.

      Step 4: Select the wireless access point you want to connect to from the list and click “Connect” to build the connection. (If you cannot find the desired access point, click the Refresh icon on the upper right corner to refresh and search the list again) 


      Step 5: When connecting, you may have to enter a password


      Step 6: After a connection has been established, the connection is shown in the list. 

      Step 7: You can see the wireless network icon in the Notification area. 

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  • Eee Pad Transformer TF101 - Failed to access the wireless network

    • Solution

      Linux:

      1. When booting up your Eee PC, press "F2" to enter BIOS setting==>[Advanced]==>[Onboard Device]==>Set "WLAN" as "enable"==>press "F10" to save the setting.

      2. Press Fn +F2 to activate the wireless LAN function

      3. Select the wireless access point from the list

      4. Set the router/AP properly

      5. Using the F9 function to Restore the system for a try.

      6. If it is a hardware related problem, please contact the local service center.

       

      XP:

      1. When booting up your Eee PC, press "F2" to enter BIOS setting==>[Advanced]==>[Onboard Device]==>Set "WLAN" as "enable"==>press "F10" to save the setting.

      2. Press Fn +F2 to activate the wireless LAN function

      3. Select the wireless access point from the list

      4. Set the router/AP properly

      5. Please reinstall the wireless LAN driver

      6. Using the support DVD or hard disk partition (requires a recovery partition) to restore the system for a try.

      7. If it is a hardware related problem, please contact the local service center.


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  • Eee Pad Transformer TF101 - Why does WLAN always stays at Pending state?

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  • iPad Joining and troubleshooting Wi-Fi networks

    • Join the network

      Verify Wi-Fi is enabled and that you are connected to a Wi-Fi network.

      Tap Settings > Wi-Fi. If Wi-Fi is off, turn it on by tapping the on/off icon.

      Available Wi-Fi networks appears under "Choose a Network..."

      Locate and tap the Wi-Fi network you want to join.

      The Settings > Wi-Fi option opens Wi-Fi Networks panel, with a Wi-Fi on/off switch and a list of networks under 'Choose a network'
      Note: If the Wi-Fi network is not displayed on iPad as an available option, it may be a "closed" or "private" network. This requires entering the name to join. See this article for more information.

      Verify password

      Some Wi-Fi networks require a password to join. Password-protected Wi-Fi networks are indicated by the padlock icon Padlock icon . If you receive an error while joining a password-protected Wi-Fi network:

      • Type slowly to verify you are entering the correct password.
      • If you cannot tap Join, the password is too short for that Wi-Fi network.
      • If you don't know the password, check with the Wi-Fi network administrator.


      Password-protected Wi-Fi networks padlock icon
      Note: Some Wi-Fi access points or routers may have default passwords. Check the manufacturer's website for more information.

      Check connection

      Check the Wi-Fi signal strength in the status bar or Wi-Fi menu. The more bars the stronger the signalWi-Fi signal strength indicator .

      If you only have a single bar or you still cannot locate your Wi-Fi network:
      • Move closer to the Wi-Fi access point or router.
      • Avoid potential sources of interference that can affect a Wi-Fi signal, such as concrete walls and microwave ovens.

      Next, check your connection by using Safari to open a web page.

      When using some public Wi-Fi networks, Safari may display a web page that allows you to sign in to use the service. Check this web page for additional information on signing into or subscribing to the Wi-Fi network service at that location.

      Wi-Fi signal stength indicator
      See this article for more information about using public Wi-Fi networks that require a subscription.

      Check the Wi-Fi network

      If you have a strong Wi-Fi signal, but still can't access the Internet, verify the Wi-Fi network you are using.

      • Ensure you are connecting to the correct Wi-Fi network, and not another nearby Wi-Fi network.
      • Check the cable connection to your Wi-Fi access point or router.
      • If you can't identify your Wi-Fi network due to other networks with similar names nearby, contact the ISP or manufacturer for assistance in naming your Wi-Fi network.

      Reset network settings

      To reset your network settings, tap Settings > General, then tap Reset > Reset Network Settings.

      When the device restarts, try to locate and join the Wi-Fi network again.

      Settings icon

      Note: This will clear your current network settings, including saved networks, Wi-Fi passwords, and VPN settings.

    • View More: Apple iPad Joining and troubleshooting Wi-Fi networks
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    • View Answer at http://www.apple.com/support/ipad/assistant/wifi/#section_1
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