BB Curve :: 9300 Connected To Password Protected WiFi Automatically
Oct 17, 2011
Testing the new BB 9300 I placed my sim card into the phone. To my surprise my call history appeared on my new phone...to my even bigger surprise when I got home it connected to my home WIFI automatically even though it is Password protected. How this sort of information is getting transferred, I don't think it is my sim and I am slightly concerned it is getting stored on the BES server.
I have a Curve 9300 when I connect the phone to the pc a window pop up asking me for a password, I assume is the same as I used for locking the phone but it is not. So I have to type the password 10 times before it restart my device and erase everything. Also the phone is searching for network all the time.
I have a user name and password before I can go onto e-mail settings to verify my e-mail address. Problem - I cant remember user name or password. How do I disable this security feature? I miss getting my e-mails on my blackberry.
I'm facing problems like NOSERVICE(network) displaying, Iphone switching off automatically, not getting connected to ANY WIFI in my IPHONE 5S . My device is 2 months 25 days old , i had already contacted apple service center they are saying that Internal circuit has been damaged due to Short Circuit and warranty doesn't apply for it.
I can not get my galaxy s5 to automatically connect to 4G after being connected to wifi, the smart network switch is activated however it doesn't make any difference. the only way for me to reconnect to my network is to restart the device.
I am having trouble connecting my Blackberry Curve 8520 to my home router. I keep getting the message 'this wireless router supports wifi protected set up. To connect using a pin click next'. Having pressed next the message then reads 'provisioning wifi profiles. Enter this pin into your wireless router (and gives a number that changes each time)'. How do I enter a number into a router?? I didn't think this was possible .. and I have no way of entering numbers into my router.
I thought it was very strange that after taking home my new Galaxy S6, that when I prompted it to connect to my personal password protected (WPA/WPA2) Wi-Fi, that it connected with no problems and never asked for a password.
That prompted me to check the security for my Wi-Fi, which is still in place. I use the Cisco Linksys EA6300 for my Wi-Fi. I have always been prompted for a password when first connecting. Maybe it was me signing into my Google account? Maybe it stores Wi-Fi passwords?
I currently have a curve 9300, and my service provider is Telus Mobility. I am connected to wifi and up till about 3 days ago everything was working fine, now it shows I am connected, but I can only get on internet for about 5 mins, I have to shut off all my connections then reconnect them for it to work again.
I just "upgraded" my wi-fi router to a Netgear WNDR3400. Everything seems to be set up fine, and I'm able to connect with our various iphones, ipads, and AppleTV. But our iphones won't automatically re-connect to the network after the connection is lost, and we have to re-enter the password when we re-connect.
After charging my curve 9300 overnight, I unplugged the charger, and the phone did not turn on automatically. I tried turning it on manually with the red pone button, but that did nothing. I too the battery out, and then put it back in to reboot it. The phone still wouldn't turn on and the only sign of life was a long red LED light, before that went off.
i was charging my Xperia V on my laptop, and i received a call. Because of the rush, i just unplugged it off the cable and answered. When i plugged back in, the files in the memory card were no longer avalible from the phone (apps included) and it can't even read it with a SD adapter. I tried it on my desktop and i'm able to see the files, but i can't either format or move/copy/etc. Tried already to format in a mac, a camera and another phone, and failed. Tried another memory card on my phone and it works. Also tried with the SD adapter unlocked, and failed as well. I want to format it or remove the write protect.
I'm using BlackBerry 9300 and black berry internet services is not connected although I'm using Wi Fi connection in my home with wireless router and the icon of black berry didn't appear on the screen please try to help me in that case by referring to how can I make it from the devise options?
I find it silly that the an option to find a lost or stolen phone isn't password protected and can be disabled with a few clicks.If I were a criminal, stealing an iphone, the first thing I'd do is disable that option.
I am using BB curve 9300 3G, and OS 6.0. Around 2 months back, I was having issue with my BB so sent it to service center. When it came back, the OS was upgraded to 6.0 from 5.0. All is fine except now the text messages are getting deleted after few days. What remains is the name of the sender in green with no message in it. Even in settings, I have kept "forever" in the tab "Days to keep messages".
When I try to open a password-protected powerpoint file, I receive the following error message (translated):"Opening of Office 97-2003 PPT files is not supported by Slideshow to Go."I am using a Blackberry Bold 9900 (Blackbery 7 OS) with Documents to Go version 3.However, I can open password-protected Office 97-2003 Word and Excel files.
I've been trying to find a way to create a password protected file that I can use on my iphone and ipad for sensitive information. I've tried the password protection on Pages for mac, but once the file is opened in Pages on IOS, there's no way to close it.So, now I think I have a solution by creating a pdf file and adding a password to it, using Preview on mac.
1. create a file using textedit, and Export to pdf.
2. open that pdf in Preview and Export to pdf, with a password.
3. add this encrypted file to the iTunes library.
4. sync the iphone / ipad
5. use iBooks on the IOS to open the file. It will ask for the password. To close, the file, quit the iBooks App.
It looks like this meets my needs. BTW, if you're using windows instead of the mac, you can install libreoffice and use it to create the password protected pdf, then just add it to iTunes and sync the iphone. So, my question is for those who know the inner workings of the mac and IOS, and is whether this is actually secure or is this file crackable?
I was not able to open password protected pdf attachment delivered via email to my E72 phone. When I try opening, it momentarily opens Adobe and then I see this message: "Unable to open password protected file". Is there no way to open such attachments in E72?
My wife phone got stolen. She has an official unlock Blackberry Bold 9900 phone. I contacted our provider AT&T about blocking the device, they said that the can't do it because it is not an AT&T phone. AT&T only suspend the service. They were even unable to direct us to whom should we speak with. I would like to totally block the phone from being used with any sim. How can I do that? The device have important information and my wife has a password on the device. Can they hack it without formatting the device.
Like always, on previous Symbian phones I have locked my memory cards with passwords and if you were to insert that locked card into another Symbian phone, it would immediately ask you to enter the password. I did so with my old phone (Nokia C7) and now after inserting that locked card in the 808, nothing comes up.. it doesn't ask for a password input. I am now stuck with a 16 gigs locked micro SD card to which I know the password but I can't unlock it! I know for sure that password protected cards will not show up on computers and it doesn't show up on my gf's Android either. I have been to a Nokia care shop and they have tried with other Nokia phones but nothing worked. They suggested using the phone it was locked with but that's not a possibility because it was broken into pieces and sent to Finland
What else can I try to be able to unlock/input my password into this SD card?