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can't connect w/MiFi 4G LTE 4510L - in Las Vegas
eil33nann
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Connection was dicey starting yesterday afternoon, and this morning just no connection at all -- even if the mifi has a blinking green light. Connection is fine if I jump on another wireless network... Is anyone else in the LV area having the same issue?

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Re: can't connect w/MiFi 4G LTE 4510L - in Las Vegas
John_Getzke
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Blinking green light means you are on a 4G LTE connection and there is data moving across it.  A static Green light would mean you are on 4G LTE but no data is moving.


Are you having problems connecting to the MiFi or is your MiFi having problems connecting to Verizon?  You might want to try some of the various resets to see if you can get everything working correctly.

Level 1 Reset:

  1. Power down the MiFi
  2. Let the MiFi sit for 30 seconds
  3. Power on the MiFi
  4. Test the connection

Level 2 Reset:

  1. Power down the MiFi
  2. Remove the back cover
  3. Remove the battery
  4. Remove the SIM card
  5. Allow the MiFi to sit for 30 seconds
  6. Reassemble the MiFi
  7. Test the Connection

Level 3 Reset

  1. Power on the MiFi
  2. Remove the back cover
  3. Press and hold the Reset button next to the battery for 10 seconds

  a. Watch the MiFi E-Ink display to see if all the icons are displayed

  1. Release the Reset button
  2. Reassemble the MiFi
  3. Test your connection

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Re: can't connect w/MiFi 4G LTE 4510L - in Las Vegas
John_Getzke
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Leader

Blinking green light means you are on a 4G LTE connection and there is data moving across it.  A static Green light would mean you are on 4G LTE but no data is moving.


Are you having problems connecting to the MiFi or is your MiFi having problems connecting to Verizon?  You might want to try some of the various resets to see if you can get everything working correctly.

Level 1 Reset:

  1. Power down the MiFi
  2. Let the MiFi sit for 30 seconds
  3. Power on the MiFi
  4. Test the connection

Level 2 Reset:

  1. Power down the MiFi
  2. Remove the back cover
  3. Remove the battery
  4. Remove the SIM card
  5. Allow the MiFi to sit for 30 seconds
  6. Reassemble the MiFi
  7. Test the Connection

Level 3 Reset

  1. Power on the MiFi
  2. Remove the back cover
  3. Press and hold the Reset button next to the battery for 10 seconds

  a. Watch the MiFi E-Ink display to see if all the icons are displayed

  1. Release the Reset button
  2. Reassemble the MiFi
  3. Test your connection

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