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Old 08-07-2009, 08:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Some can help to change my wireless connection to channel 6
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What is channel 6? Another mobile carrier?
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I'm guessing channel 6 on her router... By default it is set to channel 6
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How do you know this is a her?
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my BB show connected to channel 1
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Lfbraca, if your are talking about the Wi-Fi channel in your wireless router then we would need to know what type of wireless router you are using. Changing the channel involves editing your Wi-Fi setup in your router.
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Thanks guys! i reboot the router then i got back the wireless.
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