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    How do you know its connecting using wi-fi, and not cell? I'm connected to my home wireless, but can't really tell if the device is using it?

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    There should be a WiFi logo in the top right corner of the screen. If it's greyed out, it's not fully connected.


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    Thanks, I will have to pay more attention to that.

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    What actual programs will run over wi-fi?????
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    Wifi

    Just got a new 9700 and went to set up wifi, its different than before, its telling me to add a pin to the router? I never had to do that before, Im on Windows running Vista Ultimate, usually all you have to do is add the key to the Router which I have, and then if you are in proximity of the network, it automatically works.

    any ideas??

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    I had the same issue, and figured out if you "reverse" out (don't hit the back button), it will bypass that step and log in on an unsecured wireless.

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