I tried to access the wifi on my job for the first time today. When I did, I got a warning screen that said google achrome does not trust this source and that I should not proceed. Is this normal? My Nexus 7 has not done this on ather wifi spots. My Samsung Statosphere has no issue with the wifi. Should I go ahead and connect to the work wifi with my Nexus?
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I got a Nexus 7 for my father. I did all upgrades before sending it out to him. (meas it was connected to WiFi here and working properly);)
he used it for almost a month then once he put the simcard, it stopped connecting to WiFi:confused:.
I'm interested in getting the nexus 4 but I heard a rumor that you can't use wifi and bluetooth at the same time and that they will both show on but only one will work. Can any nexus 4 owners out there confirm or deny this?
The reason this is important to me is sometimes I hook my smartphone up to my tv or computer monitor and use a computer and mouse via bluetooth.
I am hoping someone will be able to assist me with the below.
I am currently having an issue with most android devices in my work place where they are unable to authenticate with the exchange once connected over the wifi.
We have 3 wifi networks.
1. General (Wifi authenticates over the domain)
2. Guest (Open wifi)