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06-22-2013 06:33 AM
I've updated my "Dev Alpha C" device (Q10 proto) to the latestest version I've found on this website :
(The phone was initially 10.1.0.809).
Update can be done smoothly.
But when launching the phone, the page "Connect to Wi-Fi" seems to bug. I can not click on "connect" after typing the wep code (the "connect" button stay grayed). I've notices that inserting 5 caracters, the "connect" button is not grayed, but for unknown reason any others lenghts are not allowed.
Is there any way to get a working OS for the Dev Alpha C device ?
06-22-2013 10:46 AM
I also tried 10.2.0.341 Beta.
Excatly same bug. I can not go throught the "Connect to Wi fi" page.
Device is unusable. Giving up for now.
07-03-2013 04:32 PM
There appears to be a problem associating with WiFi networks that use WEP 64/40 Bit ASCII, which has a 5 character key.
The workaround is to connect to a WiFi network that uses a different authentication scheme, such as WPA.