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MC9190-G Wireless not connecting

I added a profile (WPK2 connection) but it will not connect to wireless. My cellphone on the other hand connects with no issue. I did following: 1. Start->Wireless Companion 2. Wireless Configuration Editor - Find WLANs will find my wireless 3. Wireless Configuration Editor - Manage Profiles->Added my WLAN Profile 4. Wireless Configuration Editor - Options -> In Dropdown, selected country (Canada), unchecked 802.11d check box and Saved 5. Wireless Configuration Editor - Options-> In Dropdown, selected Export->cllick on Export Options -> Click on Save to export WCS_OPTIONS to Folder=None, Type=.REG, Location=Application (all left default) 6. Back to Wireless Configuration Editor - Find WLANs - this finds my WLAn and I press and hold it untill pop up menu shows and select "Connect to"->"my wlan profile" I can see it is trying to connect but after it fails, then it tries to connect to original profile "Motorola Wireless Out of Box Magic". It fails to connect on both and keeps retrying with no success.

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Hi I have met the same problem, did you fix it finally?
Could you give some suggestion about this?

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SOURCE: Can't connect wifi

do the following:

click on the mobile companion icon on the menu bar at the bottom. this is the radio icon.

click on options and from the drop down menu, select regulatory. uncheck the box 802.11d and select the country where you are.

save the options.

from the drop down menu again, select the last option called export and click on the export options button. save the default registry file and you are now sorted.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

SOURCE: MC9190 WLAN Problem

To permanently disable the Suspend Mode on a MC9190:
On your PC, create an empty text file, then type the 2 following lines:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\Timeouts]
"BattSuspendTimeout" = dword:00000000

Save the file, then change the extension to ".reg". This changes the text file into a registry file.
Copy the registry file in the /Application folder of the scanner gun. Cold boot the device. Your MC9190 will no longer go to sleep mode, or "suspend mode".

To automatically enable the Wireless antenna at startup, create another registry file, then type the 2 following lines:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\WLAN]
"InitialState"=dword:00000000
Save the file, and copy it into the /Application folder of the scanner gun. Cold boot the device.

Posted on Jun 28, 2013

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SOURCE: MC9190 wont connect to our wifi

Hello,
I have the same problem. If you found a solution please share.
thomas.delaux[at]actia.fr
Thanks

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