For some unknown reason whenever I try to open up a browser over my WLAN the browser shuts down as soon as I confirm that I want to open a connection. It was working fine previously. My email app works fine over the WLAN as does the YouTube app so I'm sure my WLAN access point connection settings are OK.
It's quite probable that I broke it myself changing settings for the YouTube app but I can't for the life of me find out what. I've set up my WLAN access point again from scratch but to no avail.
If I use the "Search internet and my content" link form the main screen I can browse a single web page at a time but obviously that gets rather tedious and I can't go to bookmarks from there.
Last edited by Wishy2008; 08-06-2010 at 10:01 AM.
Reason: Fixed it now.
Well this is still annoying me. I noticed also that I had a symptom of not being to dial out any number in phone book, if I typed in the number manually it was fine though. This lead me to re-flashing my firmware (It's 30.033 FWIW).
This fixed the dial out problem but made no affect on the WLAN issue. I binned my access point and set it up again to no avail.
Had a look at my router whilst the phone was connecting and saw it had a valid connection but still dropped out. Turning off MAC filtering temporarily made no difference either. Unfortunately I don't have another wireless network available to test with but I still don't that's the problem as
a) My laptop connects through it fine
b) My email app and you tube app also work fine over the same WLAN
I found a hint online to turn off power saving for the connection but that didn't help either.
There's a couple of more drastic measures listed there that I didn't need to resort to. In the meantime I'd also installed y-browser to attempt to delete the contents of C:\cache (which was another possible solution) but that folder was empty anyway.