After experiencing the VERY frustrating problem of not being able to connect via my WiFi service, I started doing a lot of research on the problem on the web. I found that it is a common problem with the Android OS, or at least it seems to be at this stage of the game. I've only had my SGS for one week, and was absolutely loving it,....until I stumbled upon this problem. The problem many of us have is that we cannot actually connect using WiFi !!! With WiFi turned on, all indications are that we are 'connected', but it turns out that isn't true. On my display under Wi-Fi networks my 'connection' shows up and it even shows 'connected' below it. IT'S NOT! I've tried all the tricks I've read about, including shutting everything down and rebooting, making various adjustments to settings, turning on 'Flight Mode', etc...but as yet...when it comes to using WiFi....my SGS is just a 'paperweight'. Myself and others are able to use the SAME router for WiFi and have NO problems connecting to our laptops and other devices......but the SGS will just not actually connect. It is extremely frustrating and it seems to be a major 'bug' in the Android OS. I'm sorry, I love my SGS, but I am quite irked about having this kind of major problem with my (any) SGS and trying to simply use WiFi. This device is so capable and impressive in many ways,...but not being able to use WiFi is absolutely UNACCEPTABLE. I ran across an app called 'WiFi Fixer' that automatically reconnects when your connection is lost....but that seems to be a bandaid fix, and I'm looking for a permanent fix. My SGS is box stock. Never rooted. The specs are: Model Samsung Galaxy S GT-19000 FW 2.1-update 1 Baseband Version 19000DXJG4 Kernel version 2.6.29 root@SE-S604 #2 Build number ECLAIR.DXJG4 So, is there anyone out there who has discovered a fix or a solution to this? Is the 2.2 upgrade going to resolve it? Any suggestions on a real fix would be greatly appreciated. THX in advance.