All smart phones need to connect to the internet because of Apps, Games, software update and the other many uses, Actually Wi-Fi issues is a common problem which facing many users of Android smartphones.
- If You can’t connect to a wireless network.
- You can’t find an available Wi-Fi network.
- Your phone connected to Wi-Fi but it Disconnect itself.
- Your android phone connected to Wi-Fi network, but there isn’t internet.
Don’t worry, you aren’t the only one who facing this issue, in this post we will help you to solve your issue just follow our steps and you will be able to connect to wireless internet.
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Can’t Connect To Wireless Network
Step1: Be sure that your wireless is on by tapping settings app on your smart phone > wifi and switch on your Wi-Fi.
Step 2: Search for available Wi-Fi networks and choose the network you want to connect.
Step 3: Reboot router then restarts your phone.
Step 4: Now try the connection, if you still face this issue, go to the settings app > Wi-Fi > choose your network and long tap on it > forget this network then re switch on your Wi-Fi from app settings.
Step 5: if this issue didn’t fix go to settings app > Backup and Reset > Reset all network settings > after finishing open Wi-Fi and connect to your network.
Step 6: The mother of all fixes, but firstly makes a Backup of all your data by going to settings > Backup and Reset > Backup your data.
Then go to settings app > Back up and Reset > Tap on Reset factory settings.
Can’t Find the Available Wi-Fi Network
Step1: Switch on your wireless > tap settings app in your smart phone > Wi-Fi > move the slider to on.
Step 2: Search for available Wi-Fi networks, if you don’t find any available network, use another smart phone or computer to show if there are an available network or not.
Step 3: If there aren’t available networks, switch off your Wi-Fi issues and switch it on again.
Step 4: Restart your router then restart your phone.
Step 5: Use the advantage of reset all network settings if you still not founding available networks, tap on the settings app > Backup and Reset > Reset all network settings, after finishing open Wi-Fi and search for available networks.
Step 6: Back up all your data, tap settings app > Backup and Reset > Backup your data, after finishing go to settings app > back up and reset > reset factory settings.
Your Android phone connected to Wi-Fi but it disconnect itself
Your phone connected to the internet, but it disconnect and connect daily, this is the most common annoyed issue which facing a lot of users, with these few steps you will be able to fix this issue.
Step 1: firstly, Reboot your router then restart your phone.
Step 2: Then go to the settings app > Wi-Fi > choose your network and long tap on it > forget this network, then re switch on your Wi-Fi from app settings and try now your network connection.
Step 3: Reset all your network settings by tapping settings app > Backup and Reset > Reset all network settings, after finishing switch on Wi-Fi and try your connection now.
If those 3 basic steps didn’t fix your issue, follow these professional steps:
Step 1: Tap settings app > Wi-Fi > choose advanced Wi-Fi settings near the Wi-Fi slider > always allow scanning, deactivate this box then trying your internet now
Step 2: If the last step didn’t fix your issue,
Tap settings app > Wi-Fi > choose advanced Wi-Fi settings near the Wi-Fi slider > tap keep Wi-Fi on during sleep, it will appear new window with 3 choices (always, only when plugged in, never ”increase data usage”) choose latest choice never.
Step 3: This step only for Galaxy smartphones, if you still face your issue, launch the phone dialer then enter this code (*#0011#).
Basic window will appear > choose Wi-Fi from settings on right top of the window.
In the bottom there is a Wi-Fi power saving mode > tap on it to disable it.
Step 7: If those steps didn’t fix your problem and you are still fixing this problem, back up all your data and tap settings app > back up and reset > reset factory settings. and solve your Wi-Fi issues.
Your Android phone connected to Wi-Fi network, but there isn’t internet
Your smart phone now connected to Wi-Fi network, but there isn’t internet so you can’t browse the internet to update your android, download apps and games, etc.
This issue happens because there are conflicts in your router or modem, try to rebooting them by plugging off router cable and wait 20 second then plug it On again.
If you still face this problem, restart your smart phone, then connect to your Wi-Fi issues network and try to browse your internet now.