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I have looked through the OPPO forum for info on connecting to a wireless network, to no avail.

With the most recent devices I've owned, i have no trouble connecting to BOTH wifi G and wifi N. For whatever reason with this device, I cannot connect to wifi N.



You can see I'm connected to ASUS-G but when I try to connect to the ASUS-N, it simply says Saved.

From the device settings, I have wifi band set to auto. I have tried 5 gz only.. Still get the same network saved, but does not connect.

Have other experienced this? If so, how did you rectify?




 
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Did you walk through this topic? http://www.oppoforums.com/threads/th...bug-but.16834/ Does it connect if you don't use a password on your network? Does it connect on a friends network (wireless N)?
start reading some pages back or the OP and it will solve most of your issue's
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Did you walk through this topic? http://www.oppoforums.com/threads/th...bug-but.16834/ Does it connect if you don't use a password on your network? Does it connect on a friends network (wireless N)?
I have read that, but just now replied, as none of the info seemed to help.




 
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I have read that, but just now replied, as none of the info seemed to help.
I just replied there KL
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I have looked through the OPPO forum for info on connecting to a wireless network, to no avail.

With the most recent devices I've owned, i have no trouble connecting to BOTH wifi G and wifi N. For whatever reason with this device, I cannot connect to wifi N.



You can see I'm connected to ASUS-G but when I try to connect to the ASUS-N, it simply says Saved.

From the device settings, I have wifi band set to auto. I have tried 5 gz only.. Still get the same network saved, but does not connect.

Have other experienced this? If so, how did you rectify?
Most probably your wifi password that you entered is wrong. Try forgetting it and carefully insert in the correct password again.

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thats my thread ( i feel special now)

My conditions are different but maybe its the same problem my work has tons of repeaters through out the building with the same SSID

None of the help in that thread is anything I can use, I did find a setting in the *#*#info#*#* called Network intelligent optimization, i just turned it off so maybe just maybe I can connect today. try it out you can always just turn it back on if it doesnt help you at all
 
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I just replied there KL
Realized it was you w/ the @ 4000ft

So I'll post my end result here.

Changed channel bandwidth to 20/40 and rebooted router> Clean cache (phone)> forget ASUS-N in wifi networks> Reboot phone> logged back into ASUS-N

I have wifi N love now

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Realized it was you w/ the @ 4000ft

So I'll post my end result here.

Changed channel bandwidth to 20/40 and rebooted router> Clean cache (phone)> forget ASUS-N in wifi networks> Reboot phone> logged back into ASUS-N

I have wifi N love now

Thank you Bones40
Bones40?? Ha ha! Just sent a reply form to xda to change my xda name to KL. Glad it works now
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Whoa didnt even notice I couldnt even see my N wireless network.

Just changed to PA RC1 and now I see my N network, now to wait and see if PA was some Wifi magic so I can connect to the works wifi

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