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  1. kendrix's Avatar

    1 Posts
    My LG Optimus 7 seems to have troubles connecting to some Wi-Fi Protected networks (WPA2 personal for example). Others have similar experience?
  2. diego3336's Avatar

    24 Posts
    I have 2 routers here in my house, both using WPA2 Personal.

    With the older one (Linksys WRT54G with DD-WRT custom firmware) I have no problem, everything works fine.

    But with the newer one (Linksys WRT-160N) sometimes my phone asks me the password (even with the password previously saved on the phone) and says it's wrong after I type it. All I need to do is unplug the router from the power outlet for a few seconds and then turn it on again. But I had this problem with my old iPod touch too, so I think this router just sux...
  3. Ferrit's Avatar

    6 Posts
    I have 2 different routers here in my home as well both with WPA2
    No issues with connecting to either

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