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[Q] Setting-up WiFi in Samsung Galaxy Core GT-I8262

24th February 2014, 04:55 AM |#1  
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Dear All,

I have just bought the Samsung Galaxy Core GT-I8262 two days back. I have setup almost all necessary software using my mobile service provider's 3G network. However, I am unable to setup the wifi. The scenario is - when I am searching available wifi networks through my phone, it is detecting all the available networks among which I am choosing the unprotected one and the phone is getting connected to that w/o any problem. However, all the available wifi network that I may use requires proxy server to access to the internet. So, I am going to wifi setup menu and trying to "modify network config". There when I am selecting the "manual" option under "proxy settings", the "save" button is getting disabled an I am unable to proceed.

What should I do in this circumstance where the Wifi network requires proxy servers. Please help me.

- Sam
 
 
18th March 2014, 02:57 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by samiran.dam@gmail.com

Dear All,

I have just bought the Samsung Galaxy Core GT-I8262 two days back. I have setup almost all necessary software using my mobile service provider's 3G network. However, I am unable to setup the wifi. The scenario is - when I am searching available wifi networks through my phone, it is detecting all the available networks among which I am choosing the unprotected one and the phone is getting connected to that w/o any problem. However, all the available wifi network that I may use requires proxy server to access to the internet. So, I am going to wifi setup menu and trying to "modify network config". There when I am selecting the "manual" option under "proxy settings", the "save" button is getting disabled an I am unable to proceed.

What should I do in this circumstance where the Wifi network requires proxy servers. Please help me.

- Sam

Maybe you should use the proxy in
accordance with the wifi.
19th March 2014, 07:10 AM |#3  
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Yup agree, you will have to use the same proxy and port number as that of the wifi.
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