There are a lot of things to consider when it comes to diagnosing Wi-Fi problems in mobile devices. From the router or modem to your device software or hardware. You will need to scrutinize some details so as to determine the underlying cause of the problem. The thing about Wi-Fi problems is the fact that
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One of the key features of every smartphone is Wi-Fi. In order to use this feature, all you have to do is enable Wi-Fi on your phone settings, set up your Wi-Fi network, then connect. Once connected, you can start browsing the web on your phone. Modern smartphones are typically equipped with advanced Wi-Fi capabilities
This post highlights some of the most recommended workarounds and solutions to a problem on the #Apple iPhone SE (#iPhoneSE) affecting the its wireless connectivity. If you bumped into this page in an attempt to fix the same device that cannot connect to a Wi-Fi or can connect to but the Internet keeps dropping, then
When your iPhone refuses to connect to Wi-Fi, it may be due to a problem with the wireless router or something is wrong with your device. Your device cannot connect to Wi-Fi if you’re in a network router-to-modem setup and that the router is actually not connected to the modem. The same thing happens when
Wi-Fi issues in smartphones are inevitable. They can occur at any time on various types of smartphones — old or new ones. And the highest-tiered devices like Apple’s newest and pricey iPhone XS is no exception. Fortunately, such problems can be remedied at home by some workarounds unless network outage or hardware damage is present.
Wi-Fi problems in mobile devices can be tied to several attributes including server problems, firmware crashes, random software glitches, network outage, hardware-related and account-related issues. This therefore denotes the need for you to look into both the software and hardware aspects when dealing with these problems. Tackled in this post is a similar issue transpiring
The Internet is one of the reasons why smartphones like the Apple iPhone X and many others exist today. People can no longer afford not to stay connected through the web. While mobile technology has vastly improved in the last five years, our devices are still not perfect and many of us still encounter some
The Apple iPhone X shouldn’t have issues connecting to a Wi-Fi network provided the user knows the correct login credentials. However, we have received quite a lot of complaints from our readers because their devices can no longer connect to a network and as a result, they couldn’t use the internet without using mobile data.
Post-update issues are as inevitable as network errors in mobile devices and network errors can occur among other post-update issues. In this context, I will tackle the latter which is on a post-update network error transpiring on the special edition iPhone (SE), following the iOS 11.3.1 update implementation. The main issue is on the iPhone
Many factors can cause your iPhone to encounter network errors and other connectivity issues like being unable to connect to a Wi-Fi network. More often than not, a system error is to blame. It could be on your network provider’s end, your network equipment at home or your iPhone itself. Fortunately, software-related issues are rectifiable
Wireless connectivity issues have been surfacing among the most prevalent problems encountered by smartphone owners since the birth of mobile Internet. Such problems are inevitable and can occur to both Android and iOS devices at any time. Given the fact that Wi-Fi problem is vague, many people find it a bit difficult to deal with.