Just bought myself a Desire C, pretty decent as far as I've played around with it, but I have a problem with WiFi (this is pretty much the case with all my phones). I can't connect to home network by any means. The network though is totally fine because my pc (from which I type this) is connected, my laptop can connect, my other pc can connect and my old HTC Wildfire (the original one) can connect totally fine. I have searched the web for about 4 hours now to no avail. All I can do is ask here for some solution. I will try to get (in a pirate-like way somehow) the WiFi fixer programs to my phone from my pc but still this is not sure to work, so I expect some help.
Now for the specs of the whole network problem:
Device: HTC Desire C (obviously) using Android 4.0.3 (out-of-the-box)
Router: Netgear DG834G v5 (if you want to ask anything about config, do so)
Router protection type: WPA2 PSK (that's what my phone tells me, I will go with this)
I have an HTC Wildfire that can connect to the very same connection and a couple of Windows 7 machines that can do so as well.
I used to have the exact same problem with my previous device (Samsung Galaxy Ace rooted with SanGingerAce) but assumed it was the root config as a friend told me, so did not bother. Said device couls connect totally fine in any other network it has been (including the one of th university I am in), which I will try on my phone tomorrow if that makes any difference).