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WiFi Works Again
Resetting the Network Settings resolved my WIFI connectivity issue. THANKS! Also, I am now getting automatic email udpates where previously I had to force reconciliation.
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- 09-20-2012, 12:55 PM #136iPhone Newbie
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I ended up doing a hard reset on the phone and when it restarted and I went into my wifi settings it showed "auto join" for my home network as "off" even though previously it displayed it as on but it did not seem to be working. Since I did the reset and turned that setting back on, I have had no connectivity issues.
- 09-20-2012, 06:04 PM #137
- 09-20-2012, 06:48 PM #138
I preformed a soft reset and all is good. You can do this by holding the lock button and the pressing the home button at the same time...hold the, both all the way through the silver apple logo (you must not let go until the silver apple logos goes away). At that point your iPhone will power back up. Once this was done I was able to use Wi-Fi again.
- 09-21-2012, 01:29 AM #139
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- 09-24-2012, 07:28 AM #145
Wifi doesn't work
Try this, I changed it and it worked for me on the iPad and on the iPhone 4 with TELUS.
Go to settings>>Wi-Fi>>then choose your network>> once you selected it and it's connected tap on the blue token on the complete right on the line of your network. Scroll down to bottom of the screen, select Auto on the HTTP Proxy and tap on the renew the lease.
It worked for me, and on the wife phone too. Haven't disconnected yet since then.
I hope it get the job done for you guys too.
- 09-28-2012, 06:23 PM #147
- 02-26-2013, 11:55 AM #148
Re: Wifi doesn't work
Not sure if this solution was posted before or not but this is what worked for me:
I use a Linksys WRT54G Router (old school one)
I have the lastest iOS 6.1.2 on iPhone 4S and iPad 3
I was not able to maintain a constant connection on my wifi network. When phone went to idle/sleep, I would have to connect once again to the wifi network, put my password again etc etc.
I narrowed it down to the fact it was a "wireless security" issue. Not the phone nor the router being an old one. I was using the WPA2-Personal (TKIP+AES). i changed it to WPA2-Personal (AES) and it worked without a hitch. I have been monitoring this for 2-3 days now and everytime I restart my iPhone 4S or even put it to sleep, it connectes to the wifi network just as it should - automatically.
I hope this might help someone
- 03-04-2013, 11:01 PM #149