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wifi connectivity issues on secure networks


Sep 16, 2010, 8:57 PM
i cannot connect to any wifi network that iS secured beyond WEP. is this normal? at first i thought it was the phone, then i took it TO several other places and noticed that their networks were secured by WEP only and that i had no problem. at home i had WPA2-PSK set up and though my phone could log in, it kept disconnecting. so i changed my home network to WEP and have had no problems since. shouldn't my D2 be able to connect to WPA?

Oct 6, 2010, 12:38 PM
yes this is normal for a garbage phone like the droid, buy something else and stay away from predator ads claiming the droid is a working smartphone.

Oct 9, 2010, 12:25 AM
Don't know what your problem is, besides the obvious, but I have never had a problem connecting to my home network, and I *always* secure my home network. Currently I'm on WPA2. I also have two secured networks at work, and connect without problems to both of them, as well as an unsecured network.

I even use my droid for Wifi tether, and it works fine there, too, although it is WEP when it is hosting the connection.

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