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Topic # 22519 30-May-2008 11:49
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Hey, :) The help with this issue is much appreciated!!!!

I have a imate k-jam pda with wifi technology, when i connect to my wireless there are 2 MAC addresses that it can connect to....but it always connects to the wrong one. Is there any way that I can have my pda to automatically ALWAYS connect the the right MAC address?

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  Reply # 134406 30-May-2008 11:55
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When you turn Wi-Fi on you will be presented with a dialog asking if the access point connects to the Internet or Work.

If you connect to that access point it will go to a list for automatic connections. You can manage the list by opening the Connections settings and clicking the Wi-Fi icon. You will see a list of access points - tap and hold to delete ones you don't need and click Add New to configure the ones you want...







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Reply # 134407 30-May-2008 12:03
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Ok, thank-you sooooooo much for the advice you've given me already but i ran into another problem. when i click "add new" and try to configure my wireless point, it says that the name is already on the list.......... any step by step help?

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