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    Does anyone know what settings i need on my wireless router for the Droid X to be able to connect to my network? Im using a D-link DIR-615 Draft 802.11 N Router. im guessing WEP?
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    and your SSID of course.
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    Will they pick up on WPA? I know they will WEP, but idk about WPA its the same router, just never tried with a phone before...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MolecularGraph View Post
    Will they pick up on WPA? I know they will WEP, but idk about WPA its the same router, just never tried with a phone before...
    I'd assume it would. My old 3G iphone does wpa, can't see a brand new phone not doing it.
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    x does wpa, which is much preferable to wep.
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    WPA and WEP are just password formats I thought...
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    Yes it does check out .
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    Quote Originally Posted by MolecularGraph View Post
    WPA and WEP are just password formats I thought...
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    When manually adding a network, it prompts for NONE, Wep, SPA/WPA2 PSK, and 802.1x Enterprise.
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    I'm having the same issue with a LinkSys wireless router. Says "Unable to connect to the network" after I put in my WEP password. Any ideas?!?!? I've tried manually adding it, with all three types...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedr117 View Post
    I'm having the same issue with a LinkSys wireless router. Says "Unable to connect to the network" after I put in my WEP password. Any ideas?!?!? I've tried manually adding it, with all three types...
    1)did you include your ssid.
    2)Does the X see your wireless router.
    3)Is your wireless router broadcasting its ssid.
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    1. Yes
    2. Yes
    3. Yes

    Thank you!
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    Figured it out. Turns out it doesn't like WPA, but does like WPA2. That change in my wireless router fixed it.

    What's weird is, my PS3, XBOX360, iPhone, etc. all worked just fine with WPA...
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    Glad you got it fixed.
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    Just FYI, the X seems to have an issue with hidden SSIDs. With my LinkSys WRT610N I had to turn on SSID broadcast. Prior to enabling broadcast, I had set up the wifi network profile (WPA2 security) but the X failed to detect it; shutting off SSID broadcast after it joins the network causes the Droid to drop connection. I found a but it had no effect.

    All-in-all a minor annoyance (the hidden SSID is a nice-to-have, but not much protection - especially compared to WPA2), but I can live with it until a fix comes about. It seems like hidden SSIDs are a bit hit and miss with Android phones. I may play with it a bit more later.
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    Default Won't auto reconnect?

    I was able to get the x connected to my home network, but if i turn the wifi radio off then back on it will not automatically reconnect to the network. I have to go back into wifi settings and then it will reconnect. Any thoughts?
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    I do think there is some issue with hidden SSID and Android. Had a problem with Android 2.2 Samsung Galaxy S and with the Asus Nexus 7. Both the devices could not locate my Belkin N150 WiFi router. When I manually entered the SSID and the password, both the devices said the network 'out of range'. But there was no problem with my Lenovo desktop, Vaio laptop and 2 Nokia phones. I broadcast my SSID a voila' the android devices could locate WiFi network and connect.
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    And I have the same problem. My Samsung Galaxy S can connect to our hidden network until yesterday. I don't know what happen. tried it a lot of times in my sony vaio laptop and it worked. I dont know what the hell is the problem. Can anyone answer this?

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