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802.11N issues

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by Ryech, Dec 16, 2011.

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    I can't seem to connect to my router when it is set to Wireless N-only. I can get around the issue by running mixed mode, but I thought the GNex could run on 802.11N. It is using WPA2 TKIP or AES for security. Anyone have a similar issue or should I go back to store and get a new one? Other than this minor issue, I am loving my Nexus.
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    I have been successful connecting to N in the office, only 65 Mbps. When I try at home it stays at 54 Mbps no matter if I'm using the all purpose 2.4 Ghz antenna or the 5 Ghz a/n antenna. That being said, being stuck at 54 Mbps on the 5 Ghz implies its probably using a, not n, as it's set to do 300 Mbps max. I have a netgear at home and Aruba in the office.

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