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    Default iPhone 3GS connects to any wi-fi network but my home's.

    I dont understand, it works perfectly on any network but when I try my home's it comes up with the unable to join network msg.
    Has anybody been there?
    3GS old bootroom
    Pnwed 4.1 06.15.00
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    I tried resetting network settings, soft reset, but nothing seems to work.



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    Most likely something with your local network. Have you rebooted your access point recently?
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    Ok, define "access point" lol I dont know what that means dude, but all of the sudden I come home, Im chilling here, and when I unlock the screen its connected and works perfectly.. ask me to explain what happened, yeah right, like if I had a clue lol

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    Access point being the device that provides wireless connectivity to your home. Could be your ISP's cablemodem/router/etc. Reboot them and try. If your phone can get on everyone else's network, it's gotta be something specific with yours. If it worked previously and you didn't change anything, it's likely the device just needs to reboot. Good luck!
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