Question about Cell Phones
Under Settings- General - Network, I turned off "Enable 3G", waited a
few seconds and wifi came on. I turned on the "Enable 3G" and it still
kept my wifi connection.
Go to router's security which is set to WPA2, and re-set it to WPA2, changed the password, removed the network from my iphone and then reselected it with the new password.
Try rebooting your router, or re- setting the security of the router. Also, see if there is a firmware upgrade available for the router.
Download the latest firmware for your router, you can go to the routers manufacture website or there is usually a link within the routers settings. (if you have the routers software installed on your computer, you can access the settings and software update link)
If all else fails, you can reset the router, this different than simply restarting it. You will need a pin or paperclip to press the reset button usually found on the back or sometimes on the bottom of router.
PLEASE NOTE: Resetting the router will delete all current settings including securtiy and reset them to their factory default settings.
But this will isloate any issues that may be associated with your current settings including security. You can reconfigure your router with the settings you perfer after determining that the issue is with the router or not.
Posted on Oct 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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