08-28-2010 03:44 PM
I was running a few tests to see check speed of my browser on my home network over ATT. When I disable the Mobile Network and enable wifi to my home network, I get an error in my browser "You are not currently in an area that can handle data communication".
I connected successfully to my home network as shown by status on top of home screen. Is there another setting I need to select to 'force" use of my home network? I used to have this in my BOLD settings under browser options, but from what I read the connection switch is supposed to happen automatically on the Torch browser.
Any help would be great!
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08-29-2010 09:37 AM
I was running into the same problem and found that when speaking with an AT&T tech that if you go into your "Manage Connection" icon, click on "Set Up Wi-Fi Network", scroll to and click on "Saved Wi-Fi Networks", this will open your current networks that are available and you now have the option to move your available networks in any order you wish. Now with the network connection it will search in the order of your available networks in the list and I personally found that my home and AT&T Wi-Fi's were at the bottom of my list of available networks and once I moved them to the top two solved this issue on slow no connection for me.
Now my issue that I am finding with the "internet / browser" is that I have to zoom in several times on each page to view. I have attempted to load several different browsers and to my dismay none will load, any suggestions on this issue.
12-19-2010 05:12 AM
I read about your problem; I am not suyre whether you got it solved, however, I have something similar.
I got my phone new and had no time to get a data package, however, I hooked to my private networks without any problem.
However, my carier, Orange, seems to have its own WAP configuration, therefore, when I switch off my Mobile Carier data switch and try to use my wi-fi to access my borwser, it says that I have no connection.
When I switch the data option on, the browser opens. So, it seems that the broweser uses Orange setting and not my wifi
I have checked all options that I know off, but I have no way to detect why my browser does use my wifi to access the internet!!
Is there a way to know for sure or to block off Orange settings and use the wifi to access the internet?
05-25-2011 10:14 PM
Hi, this seems to be a common problem with the Torch. I also cannot access anything through WiFi. It is showing active on the home screen however if I disable my service provider connection, I cannot browse using the connected WiFi network. It would seem we need a solution.
05-26-2011 01:22 AM
With the recent os update, the problem is no more valid and my Wi-Fi accessibility is as fast as my Mac Wi-Fi access. I suppose there must have been a bug that was fixed in updates.
Would be worthwhile to keep OS updated.