Oftentimes, the Archos 133 Oxygen displays the Authentication Problem message when you try to connect to a Wi-Fi network. This kind of error message can potentially come from many places. So, so that you can connect properly to the Wifi network with your Archos 133 Oxygen, we decided to write this tuto. So we will find out together what to do and where to look to solve this issue of Wifi authentication. We will see at first what you must do on the Archos 133 Oxygen. Finally, we will see what it’s required to do and check on your Wifi box.
How to proceed when the Archos 133 Oxygen has an authentication problem on the Wifi network
Forget the Wifi network on your Archos 133 Oxygen
In cases where the Wi-Fi network to which you wish to connect has been changed since your last authentication, your Archos 133 Oxygen may display the text message: Authentication or authentication error . In cases where the problem comes from there, the answer is very simple. Simply forget about the Wifi network in your Archos 133 Oxygen. To achieve this, go to the settings of the Wifi network and keep pressed on the network in question. You will after that have the option to choose the option: Forget this network . When it’s done, you can try again to connect to the Wifi network. In the event that the problem is not fixed, go to the next section.
Press the box button
Whether your box is Orange, Bouygues Telecom, SFR or Numéricable, it may possibly happen to have a problem of authentication Wifi on the Archos 133 Oxygen because the box is not in Synchronization mode . If you need to activate the synchronization mode of your box, it’s very basic. You should find a synchronization button to press. When ever this is done, a light will most of the time start blinking. You can after that try to reconnect to the Wifi network with your Archos 133 Oxygen. In cases where it still will not function, go to the next trick.
Retype Security password
Oftentimes the authentication problem comes from the solution you type the Wifi network password. Indeed, it’s sometimes subtle to type a password Wifi on its Archos 133 Oxygen. We consequently advise you to try all the following possibilities:
- Type the code without spaces or hyphens
- Type the password in uppercase
- Type the password in lowercase
Restart your box
As in lots of computer problems, the solution is from time to time very simple. Indeed, 80% of the computer problems are solved by restarting the machine. We therefore advise you to restart your box and your Archos 133 Oxygen. Then try to reconnect with your Archos 133 Oxygen.
Check box settings
In cases where none of the prior solutions did function, the problem could be found to be on the box of your provider. It will consequently be required to go in the parameters of the box and to check if the system of key is in WPA / WPA2 . In cases where this is not the circumstance, choose this option. Then try to connect your Archos 133 Oxygen again to Wifi. In cases where the authentication problem persists, we recommend that you contact your service provider or a telephone store.