Unfortunately it refuses to connect to my wifi. Everytime I try to connect I get a 'Failed to associate with the network' Message.
I've reset both my router and the phone plenty of times, I've checked my WEP passkey (We use WEP as my mum's Vista laptop doesn't seem to want to touch WPA), and well, we have had many devices on the router without issue so I doubt it's that. I've also tried disconnecting some devices from it to make sure the router isn't full up.
I recently bought a curve 9300 but I cannot connect to my home wifi, everytime I try it locates it and shows there is a good signal but I get a message saying "failed to associate with the network".I have entered the WEP key a dozen times with and without spaces so I'm very sure it's not that.I've attempted several battery pop reboots recommended by other forums.Everything else on the phone works fine, I'm receiving emails no problem, I have been using the internet, BBM and facebook fine and I have been downloading apps from the app world.I have also received a message from blackberry saying "your handheld has been registered with the wireless network".
i've made my wifi connection on my Curve 9300 nd I can see the network on the screen but when I want to connect my phone on the Internet with my wifi connection, it's seems the only way is having an abonment which includes data, what's I haven't. Can connect my phone on the by wifi or not ?
I have an LG G4 and am having problems with wifi. When I turn wifi on from settings, I get a message saying Turning wifi on....and it just stays there and doesn't ever connect or show available networks. I have tried multiple tips, tricks, and FAQ pages from many sites including this one with no luck. I know the wifi networks are working as other devices connect with no issue. I have tried it at home, work, an din public places that have wifi and no luck. I have checked date and time, I have turned airplane mode on and off, I have restarted, all that good stuff.
I am having a problem with my bb 9300 that I have for about a few days ago, and I haven't had been able to connect it to the 3G. As final option they have said me: or to contact with the blackberry team (what it's impossible because the only number I've found redirect me to my carrier) or to send the device to the technical service (what I don't want).I have an Internet Plan and the Blackberry Service activated. I can also navigate perfectly, and use app like messenger, but with the GPRS speed, not the 3G.
I would like to know how to connect the phone to the Internet? I've got a Vodafone pay as you go data plan but still can't connect to the internet.I've tried disconnecting the Vodafone network and then reconnecting it back again, still doesn't work. On the right hand corner of the screen, near the signal, it sometimes say 3G, edge, GPRS etc.
Device info Fido Curve 9300 version 6.0 bundle 2342
recently my phone has not been connecting to my laptop. It connects to other computers using the same cable but it just doesnt seem to work on any usb port on my laptop.When i do plug my phone to my laptop, the laptop simply acts as a outlet and carges it.
There are no prompts whatsoever on my phone, laptop or on desktop manager when its plugged in.
I have rebooted my phone, restarted my laptop, gave "microsoft fix-it" a shot at fixing tis problem, but nothing works.
I am going to try to make this as simple and short as possible. I have a 9300 and it was due for upgrade from A T & T spouse has Iphone wanted new one not in upgrade period. Used my number to do upgrade now email doesn't work on 9300. AT & T Tech tried to help but it was a no go. They stated that Rim might have disabled something but not sure any assistance is wonderful. (even a link to fix it is fine also if it has been posted befor)
I wiped my blackberry with jl_cmder which was succesful and wanted to update it cos it had a problem so i used apploader with/without battery but it still cuts to unable to connect to device etc and connecting to ARM now my bb's led blinks twice
i have a blackberry curve 9300 3G and it seems that everytime i connect to my home network my blackberry does not connect as if,if i connect my iphone it would connect properly then if i try to connect my blackberry in my cousin"s house it would connect with no problem
Curve 9300 will not use wifi connection instead of network data services. I can connect to wifi networks just fine. The phone searches the networks out, connects, puts the little icon on the home screen to say it's connected to a wifi network. It lists the name of the network up the top. Everything's great, except that when you actually go to use the internet, the phone connects to your data services instead of the wifi and you get charged for data consumption.
If you turn off the network services to try and force the phone to connect to the wifi instead, you get the error message:
"You are not currently in an area that can handle data communication. As a result, the Browser cannot retrieve any web pages.try again when you are in a different location, or contact your service provider if the problem persists."
9300 is unable to turn wifi on.She can turn on everything but wifi (even bluetooth).When she checks the box by "wi-fi", the phone loads for a while, and then automatically stops and the box is unchecked. We don't know what it is, soft orhardware
when I use my facebook app on my blackberry curve 9300 I cannot connect to chat and keep getting this message after trying to connect and then retrying twice - unable to connect to facebook chat please try again later (401) also when I try to post comments it wont let me and I keep getting this message - the facebook server has returned an unkown error and is not able to fulfill your request (2104). My daughter can sign into her facebook using my phone and has none of the above problems, I am extremley confused. I have tried uninstalling the app and the reinstalling several times,.
Whenever I leave WiFi range, BIS completely cuts out until I turn off and back on the mobile network. How do I fix this issue? It's incredibly annoying. I shouldn't have to turn off WiFi before I leave the house, the phone should just know to switch to mobile data if there's no connection on WiFi.
my curve 9300 won't connect to my home wifi. I've tried every method possible, to no avail. I went to the telus store to ask about it, and a lady who clearly had no idea what she was talking about told me the curve is "just not powerful or high-end enough". I know someone who has a bold 9700 and it connected without a flaw to my home wifi.
I started to ask for help from the forum then solved it my self, so here is the problem AND below, the answer: I am trying to connect my 9300 to my home WiFi network ( LinkSys WRT54GS V4.0 router). The Curve can see my home Network when I scan but the connection brakes immediately, give an error message like it couldn't associate with the network.
I have spent hours waiting for and talking to: Telus: who reviewed my phone setup and told me the problem must be with the cable providerShaw Cable: who told me they had nothing to do with it and it must be a problem with my routerLinkSys: who told me that since my laptop had no problem seeing the internet that it must be my phone.....Then I tried RIM but couldn't find anything of help except (my last hope) the forums, where I found some inspiration and kept lookingMy Black Berry Curve 9300 is set up as follows: Options: Mobile Services > Data Services 'Off' (I don't want to run up big data bills unintentionally with pay-as-you-go data)Options > Advanced > Browser > HotspotUnder Manage Connections:Mobile Network: 'Telus' (has checkmark after),Wi-Fi 'On' (has black box with white line after)Manage Connections > Wi-Fi Options > Active Wi-Fi Connection = None (even after finding & saving my Network profile)Finally, I updated my Router software. It didn't help but I did learned how to back up my settings (Router Software > Administration > Config Management > Backup)
(Settings = all my addresses for the MAC filter etc. & other non default settings I'd made to increase wireless security)
just now bought new BB Curve 9300 and trying to connect with my home network router WRT54GH Linksys Cisco, with my current AES and TKIP settings it get connected, but when m trying to open browser or facebook app it says check your internet settings and not getting open,when i login in to router i can see my smartphone has ip alloted by router but when i look in to smartphone settings there were no ip confiured or not getting ping from phone to router since i had already spend my 10 hours, to get how can i get connected with my wifi internet but till no luck,
My dad had this blackberry (9300) and the wifi didnt work from the start and the he gave the phone to me because he got a new one from his contract, and all this time i was trying to figure out how to turn on the wifi, because when i press the wifi button , it loads for a few seconds and then it turns off, when i press the white box a gray/white tick appears and then it turns back into white box. also when i try to run from the "setup" it sais "the WiFI is radio is off" and "unable to turn WIFI on,"
it did not work from the start, my sister has the same phone (because she got it from our mum) it works fine for her.
My husband's brand new Curve 9300 will not connect to our home WIFI network. Although it picks the network up it will not connect stating "cannot find IP address". The network key is correct, & other Blackberrys in household have connected with no problems
i bought few days ago BB Curve 9300 and i realized, that there is no wi-fi option, anywhere. I tried to unlock the phone, connect with the internet by BIS, deleted branding, gained access to engineer menu etc, but even though all those things were done properly, i can't get those options back.
EDIT: My OS: 188.8.131.523 (3106) Phone have been branded in Orange, but i've installed other kind of os.
I am trying to access internet through wifi on Blackberry Curve 9300 phone. I am behind my college LAN. I get this message: Cisco Clean Access Java Applet web client could not be launched. Thereasons for this might include:Java plug-in not installed in your browserJava applet is disabled in your browser's security settingsI get stuck at this point. I have enabled all java scripts etc. on mybrowser. Clicking on "download and install java plug-in from here", icome back to the same page.
I took a postpaid fee by my wireless provider, to be able to install email account; I'm also connected to my private wifi; my goal is, after this first month, only use my wifi (or other wifi), with my BB 9300; all seems correct; BlackBerry Internet Services is on in wifi, I have Internet, I receive tweets, my email adress is OK... but no emails at all!! Why does I receive all wat I need, with wifi except emails???