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I have android 2.3.4 , jxd S7100. I have full WIFI signal, but I can`t browse and it seems that it can neither send or receive data. In the web browser, I e.g. get the following error messages:

Web page not available

  1. Check if device has a signal and data connection;
  2. reload this page later;
  3. View a cached copy of the web page from Google

Any suggestion how I can solve this? I am completely new to using the Android.

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Are you connected to a wifi network? Any error messages shown (you can e.g. check with aLogcat (free) - logcat while trying to connect)? Is it your own router, or some public hotspot you are trying (the latter could use a "captive sign-in", which should pop-up in your browser then)? Have you tried with different hotspots, or just with one (to sort out whether the problem is with your device, or with a certain hotspot)? –  Izzy Apr 8 '13 at 6:30
    
Yes? The message is?? Just "-"? OK, but you've at least tried different hotspots. So either all of them have the same problem (did you try them with another device?), or we really have to look for the cause on your device. –  Izzy Apr 8 '13 at 9:12
    
I have used different hotspots and the message is : Web page not available, 1. Check if device has a signal and data connection; 2. reload this page later; 3. View a cached copy of the web page from Google –  user269431 Apr 8 '13 at 9:19
    
The message is same on all hotspots –  user269431 Apr 8 '13 at 9:19
    
OK, this rules out "captive log-ins" from the hotspots (as they would re-route your browser to the login page). Could you please check for error messages with aLogcat, as suggested above? If the output confuses you, you can upload an extract to e.g. pastebin and link it from here. –  Izzy Apr 8 '13 at 9:29

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