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    I am having a bunch of problems with wifi. It will come on but not connect to any network. I took a picture of the back and one of the antennes look burned. Could this be cause by overclocking??
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    Overclocking won't do this to your device unless you really know how to brick it. Do a battery pull if you haven't. Secondly, do a restart under Device Info > Reset Options > Reset Device and weight out all of your options by troubleshooting everything out.

    Check if other wifi areas work that are around you and if so, then it's a local network issue and your router/modem needs to be rebooted. Let us know how it goes.
    Palm Pre Plus+ High-end User / UberKernel 1.4.5-119 (1Ghz Processor) overclocked
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    open device info app then open menu by tapping on preferences . Then tap on tests and do the quick tests . This will give you an error if something is wrong with wifi and an option to send to palm . If you need help just pm me.
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    Mine doing the same thing lately... I don't know what is going on. I'm going to follow some of the advice on here, you might wanna do the same.


    [i]-- Sent from my palm pre
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    I have a similar problem and it started a week ago after I used USB tethering with MyTether. Wifi works fine until I turn GPRS (data) on and off. It connects to a Wifi network/hotspot but no data transfer is possible. To fix this a Restart is needed but after using GPRS (data) it is the same: no data transfer. Anyone experienced this ? Any hint how to solve this would be appreciated.
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    what is GPRS ?
    ĦṔ-Ḷṫ-Ŧḯη
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    http://www.webos-internals.org/wiki/...octor_Versions
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    I have the same problems with wifi connection. Did the quick tests from the Device Info app, and got the issue found: code 25 hardware area Wifi.. Does anyone know what this means?
    (I did sent the results, without being instructed by a customer service representative)
    Cheers
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    Should have looked better on the forums, found a specific error 25 post! :$

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