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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by Sub~Zero, Jan 14, 2011.

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    For some reason I can't connect to my wifi at home on my Droid. Wen i attemp to connect to Linksys, it first says authenticating... then it says disabled. I have a Linksys secured with WPA/WPA2 PSK.
    Any ideas?

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    Not authenticating


    I am not able to connect to the wifi at my work with wpa2 also. One of my co-workers also has Droid and he can connect. I'm not sure why mine won't.
    Anyone else having this issue? Have a solution?
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    Are you positive you're entering the correct pass word? I have an encrypted wifi at home and it connects just fine. I think the antennae in the D1 is a little weak as I don't get as good of a signal as my laptop but it works.
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    Yes the password is correct.

    The signal is pretty good at -45dBm.

    The problem is in the authentication. When I connect it says "Authenticating" then goes to "Disconnected" and the network name has "Disabled, secured with WP/WPA2 PSK" under it.
    I've tried forgeting and adding the network again, changing kernels, ROM, I have no clue why I can't connect to this network.
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    Are you filtering MAC addresses on your router? Maybe you need to add your phones MAC address to the filtering table.
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    I have a DX and had no problem connecting with my work WiFi today. Turned on the WiFi, it searched for the networks and I selected my work's network. I entered the code and - there it was. I was on the network. I haven't tried with my home network, yet.
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