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Tutorial: Fix Acer Iconia Tab Wi-Fi problems 24 July 2011

Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
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An up-to-day is fine, when she brings bugs, it is less so
As Iconia Tab A500 is one of the shelves we recommend that you buy, it looks smart now that Acer has made an up-to-day to Android 3.1, which is a plant of two Wi-Fi.

Symptom: Can not connect to a wi-fi network for whatever you put your Tablet to date.

The solution step by step following
What you need: a micro-SD card. You might find one in your smartphone if you do not. Anyway, you need it.

Prepare the micro-SD card:
1. If the micro-SD card is FAT or FAT 32, it’s good.
2. If it is NTFS or other file system, you need to format it: mount it in a SD adapter to put in your card reader to find it on your computer. Right click on it in “Computer” and click “format”. Choose well “FAT32” this time, just a quick format.

On your computer:
1. Go to the site http://www.acer.fr, bottom right click “and download Driver” then “tablet” from the menu that appears, then “Iconia Tab” and “A500”.
2. In the menu that appears

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