|Jun 13, 2013, 07:26 AM||#1|
Trouble with accepting certificate to access wifi
So I upgraded to iOS 7 and started fresh. As part of that, I have to re-establish my connections with wifis. When trying to connect to my office wifi, I saw the attached message come up (as it has in the past) but now am not able to select the accept button. I press it, but nothing happens.
Any ideas of how to get around this as it won't let me connect to the wifi otherwise?
Thanks in advance,
|Jun 20, 2013, 10:30 AM||#3|
Nope. It's a bug.
If this is something important, you'd be best going back to 6.1.4. iOS 7 is currently in beta.
Verizon iPhone 5s - iOS 8.0 beta 4
iPad mini 16GB WiFi - iOS 7.1.2
Late 2012 i5 Mac mini
|Jun 26, 2013, 10:15 AM||#9|
I had this issue in beta 1 but it was fixed in beta 2.
I didn't restore or install beta 2 as a new phone, just OTA update.
Try restarting your iPhone - I found a couple of bugs were fixed by that.
iPhone 5 (Black, 16GB) iOS 8 (Authorised)
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