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Old 01-24-2010, 11:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a curve 8320 and got a problem connecting wi fi in hot spots, I've tried several free wi fi locations and have the same problem, but there is no problem when connected to a network with a password. My bb os is 4.5.0.81 (platform 2.7.0.78) crypto kernel v3.8.5.32a
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You say you have a problem, but what is the problem?
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You say you have a problem, but what is the problem?

The problem is that when at a location that has free wi fi connection, I try to surf with my bb i tells me theres an error on the connection, but when usint the wi fi in a network that requires password it connects ok (if password is privided)
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Could be some pop up screen saying you can't sue us if you use this wifi, click to acknowledge. Something like that. If it's something like flash that the BB can't do, you'll never see it.

Or they could be open as in free of a security key, but actually require a login on a website login screen.

Since you seem to be in the UK, I would say it also could simply be the BB has an issue with the routers. You have to be way more specific about what steps you are trying and what the screens show, wifi icon color, etc. for people to be able to do more than just guess.

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