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Topic # 42315 2-Oct-2009 10:10
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Hi folks, after over a year of roaming the various WiFi connections around NZ and overseas I ended up with multiple defined connections I'm unlikely to ever use again. I can't find a way of deleting these though - I have done it once before but can't for the life of me remember how I did it!

Has anyone done this solely on the phone, without attaching it to a PC?

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D.




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  Reply # 260487 2-Oct-2009 10:43
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Menu > Tools > Settings > Connection > Access Points

Delete them all from that list.

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  Reply # 260488 2-Oct-2009 10:44
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check under tools, settings, connection and access points.

This is on an E51, so yours might be slightly different

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 260490 2-Oct-2009 10:49
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That's the one! Thanks everyone...




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