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Old 04-05-2010, 10:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok, to be honest - I've never used my Bold 9000 much at home, which is why I've never taken a deeper look at the Wi-Fi icon. :p

So, that's my screen - just 15 minutes ago. Yes, it's shortly past 5 right now.



I've taken a look at a German BB doc and it keeps saying something about a green icon - however, I've never seen that. Shouldn't it be fine if even the UMA service is working and the Wi-Fi icon is plain white?
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On your Manage Connections screen, you should see a green check mark next to your WiFi connected line, as well as your WiFi router name in green. Do you see that?

The WiFi logo in bright white indicates you are connected to the WiFi router AND to a qualified BlackBerry data plan.

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On your Manage Connections screen, you should see a green check mark next to your WiFi connected line, as well as your WiFi router name in green. Do you see that?

The WiFi logo in bright white indicates you are connected to the WiFi router AND to a qualified BlackBerry data plan.
Yep, it is - that solved the issue, thanks a ton.

I guess it's just another case of a badly translated manual, sorry for asking such a stupid question tho. :D
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