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    Default need help - after changing mac address(wifi problem) something very strange

    good day to you
    i had a wifi problem (no grey wifi) just nothing in the networks al-do there is
    so i saw in one of this thread here about changing the mac address because i had something strange there so i did it and it went great
    after the changing i went to the wifi and there are a lot of wifi networks so i connected to one of them and after 5 minutes it was hang up and all the wifi network also
    i was very happy to see my wifi back to live and after no time i lost all the happiness
    after i changed the mac address this is my iphone info :
    version 1.1.4
    serial number 3273433TWH8
    wifi address 00:01:B3:60:58:FC
    bluetooth 00:01:B3:60:58:FB
    modem 04.04.05_G

    ii am filling I'm almost there
    is there someone that can bring my happiness back???



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    i will try now to update to 2.2 maybe something will change

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    Try the link in My signature
    • iPhone 3G: 16GB Black Yellowsn0wed.
    • Model: MB496LA/A
    • SMS IN/OUT: YES/YES
    • 3G/Edge: YES/YES
    • Calls IN/OUT: YES/YES
    • Carrier: TIGO


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    Solve Low signal on iPhone 2G - May help with greyed out WiFi issue.
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    o.k i will do it now hope there will be some change

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    so i did the thing in your link after the 1.1.4 downgrade the wifi is back but after the baseband downgrade i lost it again


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    will try to go up to 2.2
    hope something will change

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    nothing please someone can help me fix this?

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    Hi,
    For instance, your iPhone looks like it is connected to the Internet over Wi-Fi, but goes to EDGE when you try to access a Web page--you may be experiencing a problem related to MAC address filtering.

    This can happen when the wireless router is using MAC address filtering and the iPhone's MAC address hasn't been entered into the filter list, or if you've entered a WEP password incorrectly.

    If MAC Address Filtering is enabled on the wireless router, make sure your iPhone's Wi-Fi address (in Settings > General > About) is entered into the router's filter. See the documentation that came with your wireless router for additional information.

    If you experience this and use a WEP Password, on the iPhone tap Settings > Wi-Fi. Then tap More Info ( > ) next to the Wi-Fi network name and tap Forget this Network. Then try accessing the Wi-Fi network again. Alternatively, turn off WEP encryption on the wireless router, although keep in mind, this solution will create a greater vulnerability to hacks or unwanted users.

 

 

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