Understanding the LED Lights on Your AT&T Wireless Internet | AT&T Wireless


LED States: Power. A steady green Power icon indicates the device
is on and plugged in. A blinking Power icon indicates
the device is not plugged in and is using the battery. A steady green Battery icon indicates the battery is
charged to 50% or more. A steady yellow Battery icon indicates the battery
is charged to 20 to 50%. A blinking red Battery icon indicates the battery
is less than 20% charged. The Battery icon will be off if the battery needs to
be installed or replaced. The device will work
with no battery installed as long as it is plugged
in through the AC adapter. Voicemail. When you have a new voicemail,
the Voicemail icon will blink. The Voicemail icon will be off when there are no
new voicemail messages. Wi-Fi. When the Wi-Fi icon is green,
the Wi-Fi network is active. When the Wi-Fi icon
is blinking green, the Wi-Fi network is active and is transmitting data. The rate at which
the Wi-Fi icon blinks is in real time with
the bit rate of data that is being transferred. When the Wi-Fi icon is off, the Wi-Fi network is off. If the AT&T Wireless Internet
device is not plugged in and there are no devices
connected to the Wi-Fi network, the Wi-Fi network will
automatically turn off after 10 minutes. Information. When you have an unread message on the AT&T Wireless
Internet Manager site, the Information icon will blink. View the “AT&T Wireless
Internet Manager” video to learn how to log in
and check your messages through the AT&T Wireless
Internet Manager site. The Information icon
will stop blinking when there are no
unread messages. Signal Strength. When the device has a strong
LTE signal cellular connection, the Signal Strength icon
will be a steady green with 1 to 4 bars. When the device
has a strong 3G or 4G signal
cellular connection, the Signal Strength icon
will be a steady blue with 1 to 4 bars. The Signal Strength
icon will blink red when there is a SIM error or the SIM is not
properly installed. The Signal Strength icon
will be a steady red when there is no or
limited service. [♪AT&T jingle♪]

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