WiFi Connection On Hidden Network, Keeps Saying “Not In Range”

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  1. SWORDISA212

    SWORDISA212 Junior Member

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    In my school I have a password to a hidden network and I charge people if they want it on their phone and one girl has a Galaxy phone but it's a 3rd party phone which says cricket on the back. So when I tried to connect her phone to the hidden network it said not in range while every other phone I've connected works.
     
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    At this moment, with little info to go on, I can only guess what's happening here. Either her device is too old to see the network, or she has either an hardware or firmware issue. Answering the following questions may be helpful.

    What portions of the 802.11 wireless specification does the network support: a, b, g, n, or ac?
    What model Galaxy phone does she have?
    How old is the Galaxy phone in question?
     

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