1. ewanm84's Avatar
    Please help. Yes I am one true and complete tool. Lol
    My wifi radio will not turn on!! Diagnostic report is as follows
    Wi-Fi Diagnostics (Advanced): Jan 07, 2011 22:19:30 PM

    Current Profile:
    AP MAC Address:
    Security Type:
    Association: N/A
    Authentication: N/A
    Local IP Address:
    Signal Level:
    Connection Data Rate:
    Status: The Wi-Fi radio is not on.
    Authentication Failure Reason:
    Network Type:
    Network Channel:
    Pairwise Cipher:
    Group Cipher:
    Gateway Address:
    DHCP: N/A
    Primary DNS:
    Secondary DNS:
    DNS suffix:
    Subnet Mask:
    Server Domain Suffix:
    Software Token:
    Hotspot Code:
    Hotspot Message:
    Hotspot Status:

    Current Profile:
    Concentrator Address:
    Contact: N/A
    Authentication: N/A
    Secure Device IP:
    Status: Logged out.
    Resolving Concentrator: N/A
    Concentrator IP:
    Primary DNS:
    Secondary DNS:
    DNS Suffix:
    Secure Subnet Mask:
    Retry at:
    Session Lifetime:
    Re-login at:
    Failed Login Attempts:
    Certificate: Not Applicable
    Software Token:

    Connection Pref.: Wi-Fi Preferred
    UMA Wi-Fi Available: Error
    Connection: N/A
    Error Code:
    Status: Wi-Fi radio is off.
    Reg. UNC Address:
    Registration: N/A
    Authentication: N/A
    Serving UNC Address:
    Security Gateway Address:
    Cell Info.:
    Cell. handover to UMA failures: 0
    Cell. rove-in failures: 0

    BlackBerry Infrastructure
    Address Used:
    IP Used:
    Connecting: Error
    Authenticating router: N/A
    Authenticating server: N/A
    Last Contact At:

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    Last edited by ewanm84; 01-07-11 at 04:32 PM.
    01-07-11 04:29 PM
  2. hubermania's Avatar
    Dangerous thing, that engineering screen. Without knowing what you changed, and it's not apparent from the diagnostics, it's tough to say what setting(s) to reverse. Try a battery pull. Some of the things that are changeable on the engineering screen get reset on a cold boot.

    If that doesn't work, and if you can't remember which settings you happened to muck around with, I'd suggest restoring the Wi-Fi defaults. Go back into the engineering screen, open the WiFi 802.11 screen, and highlight Reset to WLAN Defaults down near the bottom. Click the Menu key and choose Execute Action.

    Best of luck.
    Last edited by hubermania; 01-08-11 at 09:31 PM. Reason: Fix option name
    01-08-11 09:26 PM