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06-02-2012 03:40 PM
I am having trouble connecting my Blackberry Curve 8520 to my home router. I keep getting the message 'this wireless router supports wifi protected set up. To connect using a pin click next'. Having pressed next the message then reads 'provisioning wifi profiles. Enter this pin into your wireless router (and gives a number that changes each time)'. How do I enter a number into a router?? I didn't think this was possible .. and I have no way of entering numbers into my router. Any help would be great!!
06-02-2012 04:22 PM
Hi and Welcome to the Community!
I keep getting the message 'this wireless router supports wifi protected set up. To connect using a pin click next'.
This is where it's counter-intuitive. Rather than clicking "next", click whatever else is available (e.g., ignore, continue, etc.). That will bypass the PIN method and allow you to finish entering your WiFi configuration.