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Are you sure of Wifi password is correct?
if so, 1st; try restarting your ipad by holding down power/sleep button untill it show "Slide to shut down" leave it off for 10 seconds & then re-open it.enter the Wifi -password, sometimes this step works.
2nd solution ; try resetting your iPad network settings, it will not affect your ipad in any thing except it will forget all entered passwords for any wifi you have already connected before. go to General from Setting, choose resett, and inside only reset network setting, shut down ipad & try to connect to the wifi again. Hope this solution work for you. Also you may try shutting down & opening your router again after 10 seconds while off. Good Luck.
That depends on the kind of phone. iPhone, you can swipe up from the home button and then tap the airplane icon.
On android, swipe down from the top, tap the little squares on the top right and then tap the airplane icon.
First perform a hard reset by pressing and holding your lock screen/power button until your device powers off. If this does not solve your problem, set your phone into 'airplane mode' for ten seconds, and then turn the airplane mode back off.
If your device is powering off without you pressing and holding the lock screen/power button, unfortunately your device is power rebooting which can be a software malfunction or a dead cell in your battery.
1. Press and Hold the Power button for 2 Seconds. A menu pops up. On that list, you will see "Airplane Mode" (under which should state "Airplane mode is ON").
2. Now tap "Airplane Mode" to switch it Off. If you press the power button again after a few seconds, it should now say "Airplane Mode is OFF". This is how you want to leave it. Done.
press the power key till an options prompt pops up and gives you power options or long press your home screen and add a widget for power control or airplane mode you can also press settings wireless and network settings and uncheck airplane mode. goodluck
Airplane Mode (Motorola CLIQ™ with MOTOBLUR™) NOTE: Airplane mode turns off the wireless radio. This allows you to use programs while travelling on an airplane, but not make or receive calls. An Airplane icon appears on top of the signal bar when airplane mode is active. To turn Airplane mode on or off, refer to the following: ---------------------------------------
Using the Lock key
To use the Lock key to turn off Airplane mode, perform the following steps: 1. At the Home screen, press and hold the Power/Lock key on the right side of your phone.
2. At Airplane mode, tap On or Off.
Using the Settings menu
To turn the Airplane mode on or off using the Settings menu, perform the following steps: 1. At the Home screen, press the Menu key.
2. Tap Settings.
3. Tap Wireless controls.
4. Tap Airplane mode to turn on or off.
Do you mean the Airplane Mode? You can switch Airplane Mode off by pressing the center black button on the phone (for the Menu) then going to Settings & Tools and choosing Phone Settings. The first entry on the Phone Settings menu is Airplane Mode -- select it and choose Off, then hit the center button.
Then you can go into Sounds Settings on the Settings & Tools menu if you want to choose your ringtones and whether or not your phone vibrates. You can set the ringer volume by using the up and down volume buttons on the left side of the phone.
it's a workaround, but it works if you're going to leave your phone unattended...
First, go to Settings > General > Passcode Lock
Turn the passcode on and create a password to protect your phone--set this to the time you prefer for your phone to go into locked mode.
Next, under the same Passcode Lock screen, set the "Show SMS Preview" to off.
Lastly, when you're going to be away from your phone, set the phone to Airplane Mode under general settings. By setting to airplane mode, you won't get any new information pushed to you.
If you're not in airplane mode, it will still show on your home screen that you received a text message from a specific number but it won't preview the message. In order to retrieve the message you will have to go into the sms function, which will require that you enter your passcode.
It's not perfect and it requires you to think about it, but it will work for you.
1. File manager in ipcsuite
2. Find the file:
Then rename it to: