I am using the HTC One S and a Linksys WRT54GL router and I find that I become out of range once I leave the room with the router. I am wondering if there is some sort of setting that I need to change on the HTC One S or Linksys WRT54GL to make the signal stronger?
My brother owns a Moto Razr, dad has HTC Desire C, friends have iPhone, S3, Nexus 3... all do not have any problems with our wifi connection anywhere in our house. In addition, I'm able to bring my 8 year old laptop across the street and use our wifi on our neighbour's lawn.
I have new cell phones, an Iphone 3Gs and a Motorola Atrix, and cannot get either of them to connect to the DIR-655. Both of the phones recognize the wi-fi signal but I cannot get either of them to hook up. Before I go changing passwords and such, is there anything I am missing or need to do differently?
I have a router attached to my Dell desktop running Windows 7 and am trying to install the AE2500. Instead of using the router, I want the AE-2500 to access my HotSpot wifi on my cell phone. I go through the AE2500 installation and Device Manager shows it is installed properly. However, I do not see the adapter in my list of available wireless connections and I'm unabley to disconnect my router connection. I keep clicking disconnect but it never does.
I would like to connect to the internet on my home wireless network using my cell phone - allowing me to drop my cell phone internet service charges. I'd keep the cell phone agreement for placing and receiving calls, but be able to connect to the internet at home using the home wireless network.
I can't get internet threw the wifi on my cellphone. My phone finds my network and it says I am connected but when I try to use the browser it says it can't find server. All my other computers and laptops connect and work with no problems. I installed the latest firmware for my dir-615 and still not working. I took off the security and did not work. I tried both wpa and wpa2 settings and still not working
My laptop has recently not been able to connect to the internet through my wifi connection. My desktop is fine though it can connect to the internet on the same network, and I have my wireless router connected to my desktop. I thought it was just my laptop having a problem (possibly a virus) but then I noticed that my smartphone is having the same problem of being able to connect to the network but not connecting to the internet.So is there something up with my router?
Any way to simply have someone phone my computer such that they're on a cell and I'm on my mic? It seems like such a simple thing for this day and age, but my attempt at a Google search is resulting in things that aren't exactly what I mean, such as where I can phone them first, but would have to incur charges, as if I'm using a cell myself instead of a mic. Any way, a site, or a software, to make such a setup work? To be clear, someone using a cell phone--not a mic and not a computer--would somehow "phone" my computer/a software I have, and I would hear them through the speakers as usual and communicate by my PC mic--not a phone and not a cell.
I have a CME that has a FXO card, I can call the CME's number from an on-site phone and it works just fine, but when I try from my cell phone it picks up but doesn't give the dial-tone like it's suppose to, but if I hook an analog line to the phone line I can call that no problem from my cell?
We live in an area with no Internet available. We are currently using a Motorola Bionic cell phone thru Verizon as a personal hotspot for our Internet. We get fair to good 4G coverage but the wifi signal does not make it out of the room the phone is in. Is there a way to increase the range of the personal hotspot signal
I currently have a home wireless network set using a router provided by the phOne company. I am considering canceling my wireless Internet through the phone company and use a cell phone data plan for all my wireless by using cell phone as a personal hotspot. Is there a method to use my wireless printer (hp 4360) to print through the personal hotspot?
When I try to connect to my Motorola Droid 2 cell phone--using my home network--it just cycles between "obtaining IP address" and "remembered.secured with WEP", then back to "obtaining IP address", etc.I have connected in the past with no problem, so it had the password in the phone, but I followed the troubleshooting advice at the Droid 2 site and "forgot" that contact, and reconnected, reinputting the password. Still the same thing.
I bought a new linksys E1000, I have poor mobile service, calls dropping, I wanted to know how to have better service with my Router? what steps do i have to take? also we have straight talk phones, samsungs, I bought it thinkng we would get better service.
I'm having an issue with my work laptop. I'm just setting up a wireless connection for the first time. I bought the Linksys E1000. I have used this laptop at work and at hotels for a 54 MbPS connection. I set up the Linksys at home. It sees the network and will tell me that it is connection at 54 MbPS. Then it quickly goes down to 11 then 5.5 then 2. Eventually it runs so slow that I time out of the security portal at work because its so slow. Occasionally it even loses the network and has to find it again. I'm only about 20 feet away from where the router is located. I have hung up all cordless phones and turned off my cell phone.
I need to connect my laptop with android phone thru Wi-Fi. I have created ad hoc WEP connection in my laptop. Now, the signal strength in my laptop Wi-Fi shows "no signal". Therefore , my phone is not detecting the ad hoc connection which I have created.
My laptop, windows 7, is telling me there are no connections available. My iPad and phone are connected. I've removed my wifi network and replaced it, I've restarted my laptop, I've deleted other networks.
I have a WRT160 V2 router with firmware v2.0.02. I have had the router for years without any problems. A few months ago I have started to see an issue where I lose connection to my internet on my laptop, and wifi on my phone at the same time. I have wifi calling on my phone and it disconnects also at the same time. All of a sudden, everything will stop working, then about 40 seconds later, it all works again. I lost the connection maybe every 30 to 60 mins. I rely on wifi calling for my primary phone, and I end up getting cut off when talking to people. BTW wifi calling is for all tmobile phones, but also normal wifi to surf the web on my laptop and phone drops too at the same time.
Dlink Dir-657 keeps losing internet connection on wifi devices only . the connection remains to the router but no internet .if I disconnect the connection i am unable to reconnect to the router until i reboot it. My internet remains on my network cabled devices .I am running on an empty channel 3 , usually happens 20 to 60 minutes after the router is up . Dlink sent me a replacement refurbished one and this one is doing the same thing . I owned the original one for about 5 months with no problems at all ,no new electronics in the house and have not changed the placement of the router .