I struggled last Saturday to connect the missus new Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Tab to the superhub. Both Galaxies said they were connected. Superhub connected devices showed them both as android devices and connected, but trying to access the internet from them, kept bringing the message "No Connection."
After searching the internet for answers, I set up a guest account (with passphrase for security) Used the Galaxy's WiFi to scan for it, entered my passphrase,, and BINGO connected and accessed the internet without any further problems. Bothe devices now use the guest account.
So set up a guest account, secure it and try scanning and connecting to it. Worked for me.
Hi there I seem to be having the same problem, wi-fi has worked fine on my S3 for almost a year now but I changed my password on my superhub for security and again connected fine however a slip of the finger meant I hit 'forget' instead of connect one night a few weeks ago and unfortunately also forgot my password . . durr, so I reset the superhub and phone picked it up, connected but when trying to browse I would get 'no internet connection' so I reset again but now it keeps telling me the password is incorrect, I don't have a laptop at the moment so can't access the settings, if I can lend one how would I go about creating a guest account or is it possible to do it without? Many thanks in advance! Sarah