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    Are the results from your Googling statistically significant compared to the number of Nexus 7 tablets out there? My Nexus 7 works fine with my old Linksys router, and I would not use WEP at all. Google the security implications of using WEP and you will find free tools that can crack a WEP key fairly easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natey2 View Post
    Are the results from your Googling statistically significant compared to the number of Nexus 7 tablets out there? My Nexus 7 works fine with my old Linksys router, and I would not use WEP at all. Google the security implications of using WEP and you will find free tools that can crack a WEP key fairly easily.
    LOL, for you I would suggest you move to a better neighborhood, get to know your neighbors, and the true range of your router. To steal my WiFi you would need to be setting in my yard, LMAO at paranoid people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vampirefo. View Post
    LOL, for you I would suggest you move to a better neighborhood, get to know your neighbors, and the true range of your router. To steal my WiFi you would need to be setting in my yard, LMAO at paranoid people.
    And that's your solution to the old, security-compromised WEP wifi protocol that everyone in the WiFi industry knows about? Lol!
    And not everyone has the buffer of a yard. Have you been to Tokyo, or Manhattan, NY? Picking up 6 or more wifi networks is common.

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    like I said paranoid people make me laugh, without you guys there would be no humor in live, I don't live in tokyo, north korea, cuba, iceland nor do I concern myself with their lives or problems.
    focus on real security you know where you live, lol.

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    Re: Help! My Nexus 7 won't connect with secure networks!

    Quote Originally Posted by vampirefo. View Post
    Honesty I would have already returned the tablet, sounds like either just your tablet or all Nexus 7 have crappy wifi, to have to buy a special router to get wifi on this device is insane. the tablet should connect to any wifi, if it didn't I wouldn't have any use for it.
    That's the most inane advice I've heard.



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    Quote Originally Posted by rootbrain View Post
    That's the most inane advice I've heard.



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    Each person has their own opinion, of course if the OP took my advise they would most likely be jumping for joy, 32GB Nexus 7 Tablets Already Spotted at Staples
    as they could get the newer model with bigger storage and most likely the wifi fixed at the same price they wasted on the version they bought.


 
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