If you want to connect to a WEP encrypted wireless network, you need to enter the key in ASCII format since there is no option to enter it in hexadecimal. Now this works fine as long as the ASCII keys are regular numbers and letters. however if your WEP key uses ASCII keys such as Æ (corresponds to C6 in hex) or other unusual characters, there is no way of entering the key since they do not appear in the symbols menu of the S710. Now what I already tried was to copy and paste the symbols from a textfile I created on the pc and then transfered it to the S710. Even though the characters appear fine in the WEP key box, the S710 will not connect to the network stating the key would be incorrect. So obviously Windows Mobile 6 recognises the characters in some form but then it wont work for the WEP keys.
So I was wondering is there anyway I can enter the hexadecimal key? Maybe directly into the registry over an editor? Or maybe there is a zero config utility that will accept hexadecimal keys?
Any help would be appreciated.