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Hey guys

Im having trouble with connectify and connecting my galaxy SII

When I set up my WPA2 connection and connect to it my phone connects to it but there is no internet connection. Sometimes there is like 5 sec of connection then it goes away. My firewall and anti-virus are disabled.

My iPad and other phones also cant connect.
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Hey guys

Im having trouble with connectify and connecting my galaxy SII

When I set up my WPA2 connection and connect to it my phone connects to it but there is no internet connection. Sometimes there is like 5 sec of connection then it goes away. My firewall and anti-virus are disabled.

My iPad and other phones also cant connect.
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You have got issues to connect your phone (SGS2), your iPad and other phones to your WLAN (wifi access point, router or what ever)?
Then it seems to be a problem in the configuration of your access point, and not an issue of your SGS2.
Maybe you have enabled MAC address filtering or static IP addresses?!
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