How to change mac address on iphone 3gs

Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Search Advanced…. Iphone 3GS can no longer recognize home WiFi. Thread starter potejam Start date Nov 11, Sort Posts by Likes. JavaScript is disabled. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Sep 3, 16 0. I'm at a complete loss with this one, so hopefully someone has some tips I have an iPhone 3GS 3. Our internet connections had been working fine until about a week ago, when all three of our "computers" 2 PCs and an iPhone no longer discovered the network.

This went on for a couple days and we figured the entire network was down. But after we talked to our landlords, we discovered that they had been connecting the whole time without any issues. So we tried various things to get the connection back. They are using one primary router, and two other routers in an attempt to broadcast the signal thorughout the entire residence it's large.

I thought that this combination of routers might have something to do with it. Sure enough, my Dell was able to discover and connect to the network while standing next to the primary router. So we played around with the other "boosters" and ended up finding out that if we changed the order of them, we were now able to connect on our two PCs. This was all fine, but still left the question of what happened in the first place, since we had previously had no problems with the original layout of AirPorts.

I have never had any problems connecting to this nextwork, but now it can't even find it, despite the fact that the two Dell's can. So I tried the iPhone in other areas, and can confirm that the WiFi still works as it should - no problems at all. But when I get back home I've got nothing. There is also a neighbour's WiFi that I can pick up with my Dell, but my iPhone doesn't find that either I can't be sure that the iPhone ever discovered that, but I assume it used to.

To make matters even stranger, my landlord has an iPad, and it has no problem connecting to the network either. I have stood beside her and the router while she has a connection, and I have nothing. I have tried several things I found on other forums. Everything works, just not here.

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It didn't affect the landlords two Macs or their iPad, though. For some reason, it's affected my iPhone's ability to recognize the network at all, even though whatever happened has evidently been fixed. Does anyone have any ideas?!

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Even entering the SSID info doesn't result in the network being discovered. Does anyone have an idea what would cause this??!! For newer phones Whited00r is not needed when they are still supported by the app store. I sure wish this free App would have been available for my old iPhone, it might be available in the future with whited00r or a successor of Whited00r.

QIK is an alternative you could use, it used to be available on Cydia, but that version no longer seems to work with the QIK service. Here is a full list.

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Install the app from the Apple App Store, and start it. When the app starts, it will show right away the video feed. Enter the displayed address into the address field of your web-browser and the video feed will be made visible. Battery life is displayed as well. I have even had success with good old snail slow EDGE. Before you can access you IP camera from the Internet including 3G etc. Some App providers do provide a small tutorial for this as well. This can be problematic, specially when your Public IP Address changes each time you disconnect from the Internet.

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Downloaded the app and inputted the ip address to my web browser and it does not work. I cant see the camera image on my desktop and the web browser if not picking up the address? Any ideas? Usually this means that the first 3 numbers of the IP address of phone and laptop are the same. For example, these IP ranges are in the same range: Here, I would like if you mind to request your experience to advice me an application that I am unable to find on the web by myself.

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The app, if still available in the app store, mentioned here, should do the trick. Greetings from the Netherlands! If you want the feed to be visible elsewhere, for example at friends, school or work, then you would need to enable port forwarding in your modem or router. Per app the needed port s can be different, but usually the documentation of the app, or the settings screen of such an app will show you which port you need to forward.

If the app by default uses port 80, then it would be an idea to use a different number, for example I have a hostname through a dynamic DNS service.

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How to share my Apple iPhone 3GS Internet connection with a computer

Can you help me with what I need to enter into the Internet Settings? The website Portforwarding has instructions for most modems or routers. Hope this gets you started … feel free to ask if you have more questions or need more help. Port-checking services online continue to say that my port 2XXXX is closed. Really odd. Anyways, I have been able to setup my iphone as an IP camera on my local network but I cannot access it remotely. But I am getting frustrated as I cannot view the camera externally. Hope this adds some clarity.

I got it! Issue was that I was running a wireless modem ahead of my router.