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Topic # 98601 2-Mar-2012 14:32
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Hi - I just bought a Sony Ericsson Experia Ray smartphone and I've been setting it up, however I cannot seem to get over this particular hurdle. I'm trying to connect to my work's wifi. It detects the network (among others) however when I select it the 'connect' button is greyed out. I assumed once I started typing in the password it wouldn't be, but it still is. Whether the password is correct doesn't seem to matter.
I'm on 2 Degrees. I'm getting texts ok. I can enable it to use the 3G networ (surf the web etc). I assume none of that is relevant to why I can't connect to the wifi network though?
Any ideas appreciated? Do I need to set something else up first?

EDIT: I should add: the same wifi network is working fine on my Asus Transformer tablet at the same time

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  Reply # 589464 2-Mar-2012 15:52
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Ridiculous error on my part I'm afraid. I had the wrong password. Unbelievable.....ooops.

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