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This response describes a fix that worked for me: Open up preferences and go to network. Make note of your settings as you will have to rebuild them. Rename the preferences.plist to .old which can be found here: /Library/Preferences/SystemConfiguration/ Now go back to preferences and rebuild your settings as it will be blank. You may ...
You can choose the following items: Cellular data (on / off) Data roaming LTE or 3G or 4G switch, based on your carrier The option to enable edge or GPRS hasn't been available since iOS 3.x (I have had my first iPhone then and never changed to any other phone, I'm not sure if it ever was an option.)
Actually the image you are looking at is not from any browser like Safari or Chrome. It is generated by the Router you are tying to connect to. That is why the browsers wont help you if you try to use saved passwords. However, once connected and on the Internet, if you loose that connection for some reason then the browser will help you reconnecting and ...
I got it fixed today from www.leshdigital.com The thing is: Sometimes your Mac is a self-assigned IP address that is different from your local IP address(Mine is 192.168.1.1 and the self-assigned IP address is different from that) So what we should do is: We go to network preferences and ADVANCED-->TCP/IP-->configure IPv4(manually) IPv4 Address: ...
Did you try this from: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5598818 I quote Accordingly, I went into /System/Library/CoreServices/MenuExtras/ then double clicked on WWAN.menu for cable broadband. I think for DSL you'll need to click on PPPoE.menu. Give it a try, otherwise you probably need third party apps like iStatsMenu
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