Originally Posted by AndyOpie150
His problem is with the highest security WPA2, I'm pretty sure he can connect to WPA.
Maybe you could try to connect to WPA2. Then we would know if it's a problem that's model specific.
That's a good idea but my router isn't letting me access it right now. I was addressing the OP's comment that he couldn't find a place to input the PSK.
(Quote) The type of WPA2 encryption used by the router is WPA2 PSK, which stands for PreSet Key. The router looks for the same string from every connected device. The tablet knows the router is secured with WPA2 PSK, it sees the SSID, the signal strength can't be better, but I can't get a box to enter the PSK
. The only way I can see to disable it is to use lesser encryption.
My input isn't affected by WPA or WPA2 formats since the tablet shows "WPA/WPA2 PSK" for the Security description.