Schools WIFI + app that need internetSupport


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  1. kjnphx

    kjnphx New Member This Topic's Starter

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    So i get no signal(3g/4g ect) at school, but can connect to the schools wireless internet. The internet works, but only for Facebook app and The internet browser.

    The problem is when i wanna play sniper V. sniper, use Go!chat, appbrain ect they don't get access....

    When connecting to the schools WIFI it brings you to a page that you have to click to get access....

    So the question is there a way around it so that everything gets access to the internet?

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  2. v01rider

    v01rider Well-Known Member

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    id like to know this also. im tired of logging into the schools website to get full internet access.
     
  3. kjnphx

    kjnphx New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Nobody? :(
     
  4. v01rider

    v01rider Well-Known Member

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    bump
     
  5. sitlet

    sitlet Banned

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    The way my school has it set up, when I connect to the wifi, I have to open the browser to read their terms, then hit the I Agree button, then anything else is unlocked. I highly doubt that your school is blocking your apps from connecting. The fact that you can browse with the browser means you are getting everything.
     
  6. v01rider

    v01rider Well-Known Member

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    ^^is there a way around having to accept the schools terms? maybe a shortcut or something?
     
  7. sitlet

    sitlet Banned

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    Not really, that would defeat the purpose of the terms.
     

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