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My ZTE Warp will not connect to WiFi. Can someone explain what a 4-way handshake is?

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asked Sep 8, 2012 by kipsey (120 points)
edited Oct 5, 2012 by Nadia B

Can someone explain what a 4-way handshake is?

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answered Sep 27, 2012 by Andrew Constandache (100,330 points)
edited Oct 15, 2012 by Nadia B

For the phone to connect to WiFi first you need to check the WiFi hotspot because this could be one of the major reasons your phone can't connect to the network. Make sure it is available for broadcast (you can check that on the WiFi Settings page, in case you use a router). Also, another reason to connectivity issues may be related to the fact that you performed firmware upgrade operations and you flashed the wrong baseband which in this case is something very bad.

A 4-way handshake is a protocol implementation for the Wireless technology. Basically, it's a security protocol used in establishing handshakes between clients and servers.

asked Jul 22, 2013
edited Jul 30, 2013 by Adam Black
I can't connect to WiFi after upgrading my phone.
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answered May 14, 2013

if are using Belkin router, I just discovered that you need to uncheck static ip on the zte warp. finally! we can see the wifi but would never connect until we remove the check and allowed the router to assign one

asked Apr 20, 2014
edited Jan 20, 2015 by Sean Hill
Configure router to allow connection.

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