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LowInfoVoter
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join:2007-11-19
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reply to drslash

Re: WiFi problem with Galaxy SIII

just for my curiosity, is your work's network certificate based or is it key (WPA2) based? if it's WPA2 based, hopefully it will have some special characters in it that you could use as a reference point for "valid" ASCII characters.

if it doesn't have any, then it reinforces the idea of the need for a "generic key", but i wouldn't bet on this being the case necessarily..


drslash
Goya Asma
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join:2002-02-18
Marion, IA
My work has a secured and unsecured wifi available. I am connecting to the unsecured network, no key or pass phrase is required to connect.


LowInfoVoter
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ah, then that definitely points to some issue with the implementation of WPA2 between your two devices


drslash
Goya Asma
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Marion, IA
Well...it's not looking good. My GSIII works fine with no security enabled and does not hold a consistent wifi connection using a generic pass phrase.


mannram

@optonline.net
Can you change the security to aes?


mannram

@optonline.net
reply to drslash
Can you change the security to aes?