Whenever I return home and my GS3 tries to connect to my wifi it says it gets a certificate error. It eventually fixes itself and is ready for wifi calling, but after being on the network for a while, it will occasionally say that it has the certificate error again.
Once again my 2-3 year old blackberry bold did fine on the wifi calling, ut my GS3 can't stay connected? What is this guys?
I also get these errors. The notification bar at the top of screen displays a red Wi-Fi Calling icon and the error on the notification screen says "Error: ER01 "Invalid Certificate".
Does anyone have any clues about the cause of this error and how to fix it?
What kind of wifi security have you enabled? Is your router high end or rather basic?
Did you not see the ginormous wifi calling thread? These errors are typical. Your blackberry used UMS, the S3 uses IMS and IMS sucks.
sweetpeach wrote: What kind of wifi security have you enabled? Is your router high end or rather basic?
My security is WPA/WPA2 PSK and I suppose my router is a basic model. The router is a 2 Wire 2701HG-B furnished by ATT for my DSL service.
The red wi-fi calling icon with Error: ER01 is only a sporadic thing - most of the time, I have the normal blue wi-fi calling icon. BUT, the wi-fi calling is not very reliable. I have a frequent 1-way audio problem on wi-fi calling - I can hear them, they can not hear me.
turbotalon wrote: Did you not see the ginormous wifi calling thread? These errors are typical. Your blackberry used UMS, the S3 uses IMS and IMS sucks.
Yes, I saw and read the ginormous wi-fi calling thread. And why do you call the ER01 error typical? The term "ER01" only occurs once in that ginormous thread and there's no explanation or clarification for it. And, I don't have a blackberry.
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3. Dec 9, 2012 10:07 PM (in response to derclaw)
Re: Galaxy S III wifi calling certificate error
And good job bringing up a dead thread instead of posting in the active one.
Message was edited by: tmo_adam_c: to keep discussion friendly and helpful
wow, how about being a bit more helpful instead of being the self appointed thread police.
Mostly I'm trying to encourage posters to reveal enough information about each individual problem that there is some hope of solving these issues. I'm trying to collect the right kind of data. There are an overwhelming number of users who have no problem with wifi calling; however, those who are having problems seems significant enough to warrant serious investigation. Therefore, information gathering is the first step.
Mind you, I do not believe everyone is having the same problem.......... which only further complicates the investigation. SO... when you post about YOUR problem, spill the beans! Maybe someone who is a wifi guru will see a significant morsel of information and BING! One problem solved!
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