Emmzie if you have your home network set to WPA2-PSK, you may be able to connect to the Wifi at home doing the following:
1) Go to Wireless Connections
2) Set up Wi-FI Network
3) Manually Add Network
4) Enter the name of your network and click add
5) For security type, select PSK, enter the shared key that you have, and click Connect
Hope this helps.
Originally Posted by Emmzie
You have to bare with me as I'm not that technical when it comes to WiFi/Connections ect. I bought a BB Bold 9700 about 2 days ago and I feel like selling it, it's been nothing but problems. I want to connect to Wifi using the router we have at home. Which is a BT Home Hub, this is not a WEP connection it is a WPA2 connection. When we scan for Networks it finds it with no problems what so ever and even connected, but when you go the Wifi settings it has a dash rather than a green tick. Now I've read a few threads saying it doesn't support WPA So what the hell do I do? My dad has tried changing the router settings to WEP which just messed up everything for him so he had to change it back.
I'm so annoyed, if there any way of fixing this? Someone please let me know. I'm currently on O2 and not on a contact so I've paid for this phone out right, and so angry that it's not working. :(