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  1.    #1  
    Hi,

    I did a reset of my touchpad and want to start new with factory default settings. No problems, WebOS-setup starts, I choose language and country and then...the touchpad needs a network, but doesn't find anything. There are many networks around, WEP/WAP/open, different WLAN-channels, but the pad finds no one.
    I used the web doctor 3.0.0 and 3.0.5, nothing changed.

    What could I do? The pad works, but I couldn't continue the setup, because it needs a network :-((

    bye
  2. #2  
    Make sure the router you're using is close, and is on channel 2. See if that helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    Make sure the router you're using is close, and is on channel 2. See if that helps.
    I'm afraid ...no
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    You could try bypassing activation for now, and coming back later to finish setup when you sort out your WiFi problem. There's a tutorial on getting the activation bypass tool to work in the resource list linked from my signature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    You could try bypassing activation for now, and coming back later to finish setup when you sort out your WiFi problem. There's a tutorial on getting the activation bypass tool to work in the resource list linked from my signature.
    great *dancing*
    thank you!!
  6.    #6  
    Hey,

    i can work with WebOS now, but there is still no way to find a network. Any good ideas?
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    I had this issue too with the earlier versions of webOS. The workarounds that I found were to use different routers. If that's not available, you might want to see if you can tether your Touchpad to a phone. Hope this helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeusEx View Post
    I had this issue too with the earlier versions of webOS. The workarounds that I found were to use different routers. If that's not available, you might want to see if you can tether your Touchpad to a phone. Hope this helps!
    same thing with tethering to a phone
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    Hmm... wonky WiFi hardware? When I get back home I'll give some instructions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GMMan View Post
    Hmm... wonky WiFi hardware? When I get back home I'll give some instructions.
    I don't think it's a wifi hardware problem, because I didn't changed anything about it. From one day to another, the pad doesn't find any network. That's why I did the reset and tried the web doctor and so on..

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