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Discussion in 'Palm' started by JOHNFIN, May 29, 2012.

  1. JOHNFIN

    JOHNFIN Mobile Enthusiast

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    I have been having problems connecting with Wi-Fi especially at hotels and such. Is there a better browser then blazer?
     
  2. RickAgresta

    RickAgresta General Peanut, leader of the Peanutty Forces

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    Varjak Mobile Deity

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    I'm a Palm diehard; but I'm realizing that Blazer is becoming totally useless. Mobile websites seem to do everything possible to 'lock it out.' But those tips might help.
     
  4. wozofoz

    wozofoz Time Traveller

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    In the thread Blazer Tips & Tricks there is the section Blazer @ Hotels, Airports, Free WiFi HotSpots etc:
    Hopefully something in there will help, good luck :)

    All the best, woz of oz

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  5. glenawil

    glenawil Mobile Consultant

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    I am thrilled with performance of Opera on my TX. Should you try Opera, somewhere here on this web site is a step by step tutorial showing the Java settings that must be performed for it to work correctly. Good luck.
     
  6. Strife89

    Strife89 Always Struggling

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    The browser itself might not be the problem. Lots of places that host public Wi-Fi access have upgraded to wireless-N routers. Many early N routers were backwards-compatible with the B and G standards, but I have noticed that a lot of newer ones have dropped B support, rendering devices with A or B radios completely unable to connect to them.

    The Palm TX uses a B radio. :(
     

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