smartphone WiFi link

My Samsung smartphone does not connect to wifi... (router dlink, correct connections, phone works great on public wifi) signal strength is 'excellent '.

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I'm sorry, I misunderstood. But where Windows is involved?

As I read the post a Samsung phone does not connect to a dlink router. Don't you be better to ask Samsung or dlink?

My apologies if I misread your post, it was one of these days.



Possibilities:

  • You can try to reset your router if you have not already done so.
  • You use MAC aimed to stop the unknown hardware to connect to your router?
  • Have you set your router to allocate only (for example) 2 IP addresses and it is the 3rd bit of equipment trying to connect to it?
  • Are the parameters of phones, a level of security, and b/g/n, work etc. defined to match the routers?


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