Solved With my Sony mobile not opening in BSNL broadband modem

October 25, 2016 at 01:51:53
Specs: Linux
My Sony Xperia not allowing to access yahoo mail
asking for passwords (not accepting the one used)
and asking for other details which r difficult to insert. SOLUTION PL.

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October 25, 2016 at 01:56:42

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#2
October 25, 2016 at 03:20:36
There are numerous problems with yahoo messenger ongoing, and also with yahoo email - for some users. Login password especially seems to almost daily. Be very careful if you use any of help phone numbers. They're all third-part services, and whilst the initial call may be free any offered help will not be; they will charge (and it's not cheap). They will likely offer remote in to your system in order fix the problems. Don't go there. They will merely run a few cleaner utilities which you can do yourself, and invariably that's alll. Those utilities are freely available elsewhere. Also highly unlikely those utilities will have a bearing on the problem.

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#3
October 25, 2016 at 04:08:54
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However rereading your post... you seem to be saying you can't connect your Sony mobile to your broadband modem; it's asking for a password?

Presuming so... the "password" being requested is the access-key/pass-code - it has a range of "names" depending on who you talk to.. This is the wifi access/pass-key which is set by default in the wifi setup within the router - or in this case the modem. A quick look for your modem details suggests it is has single ethernet port (out) and of course is also wifi capable.

It appears to have rather poor setup instructions...

See if you can follow the instructions in these links:

http://www.intechgrity.com/how-to-c...

https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-conf...

Your Sony ought to list your bsnl "modem" as a local wifi access point in its list of such devices in the immediate area. You choose to connect to that "modem" and provide the access-key/passcode for the wifi. That is often on a sticker on the base of a router/modem; and ought to included in the box with other paperwork for the modem...? Also the SSID - the name to the modem will broadcast when wii is enabled - will also be on the same sticker... And that is the name you look for in the list of local wifi access points (as showing in your Sony).

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