Re: LG Incite wifi loses connection when using browswer
Find Proxy Manager select <Disable Proxy> and hit <OK> Proxy Manager is located in the Tools folder That weird button (four dots with a finger and hand) on the bottom right Calculator Tab bottom right Suitcase looking icon called <Tools>
Or you can find the Proxy manager the hard way by going into File Explorer>My Device/Windows/ProxyManager.exe
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Try using the troubleshooting option that usually is offered when you get a network error message. If still does not work after that need more specific info on exact wording, Windows version, whether all wifi connections affected, etc.
RedditApr 15, 2015 - Discussion of LG's 2014 flagship smartphone, the LG G3 ... Anyone else getting Error : ER081 "Unable to Connect" Wifi Calling ... permalink; save; give gold ...My phone decides to say 'No Service' on my lockscreen all the time ... Flipping airplane mode on and off forces it to try again and it connects for me.
Joe, first of all don't worry about the certification. That will relate to the site certification, probably the Google site and will be resolved once you have re-established your connection.
It could be possible that when you loaned out your phone the person using it let it, or made it connect to a WiFi that is not yours and should your phone not be selected to reconnect back to your WiFi when in range it may still be trying to connect to another WiFi.
Go to settings, or select the WiFi icon on the phone, and go to the Wi/Fi settings options. You should see several WiFi locations listed. Select the one that refers to your WiFi and press the connect button. If you need to enter a password then do it here, this is the password to the WiFi router and not the phone. If you have not reset the password but cannot remember what it is then this will be the code printed on the back of the router and may be listed as the WEP KEY.
Before you exit from these screens and menus look for an option that allows the function 'Reconnect Automatically' and select it also select any option that offers to switch between network and wifi automatically, only do the last option though if you are happy about your phones data usage as using data over the network could become quite expensive.
Your other devices all buffer the signals internally. Your TV does not. Any disruptions in the continuity of the wireless signal show up as pauses and breaks in the streaming.
You can spend time trying to diagnose, and then changing WiFi channels But quite honestly, if you have neighbours who don't know or care about wireless then any fix you do will be undone because they'll just trample over your signal again.
Either go with a bit of cable (Ethernet cable) from the router to the TV, or buy some Ethernet of Power adapters (Homeplugs) and use them. Beware though, homeplugs radiate quite a bit of energy because they use the unshielded mains cable for transmission. They aren't as quick either as Ethernet cable direct because of the lag from the encryption/decryption and error correct processing.
I don't know what camera or what kind of wifi you use.
But is you are using Eye-Fi or a card like that, be aware that as soon the power save option kicks is, the card does not get any power, so the wifi connection is gone. That can be within 10 seconds.
So switch off power save or press the shutter release button every 9 seconds.
My neo v kept losing the WiFi connection after a while, only connecting when I turned off and on the router despite always seeing a high signal. I changed the router from wep to wpa2, same issue. Then I changed the DNS server in the router from the telefonica default to Google's own, I.e. 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168. Now my phone's WiFi connection is rock solid.
The disconnect-problem was caused by the settings of the WiFi-router.
The settings are:
Range: 1 - 65535)
Range: 1 - 255)
Range: 256 - 2346)
Range: 0 - 2347)
This gives an optimal performance of the router, The default setting work fine for the printer, but gives less performance.
I now use a seperate wifi-router for the printer.
All is fine now.
ok type acer into google goto about fourth one down open
you should now be in accer web page /driver and utilities
under driver downloads click
now scroll down till you get to 5520
underneath now will supply drivers
download the one that says chipset
down load it to a icon on your desktop
when done double click on it around three times then you get a list of options
goto the one at bottom that says /setup application double click install to computer
hope this help
i was facing the same problem for a while......... finally got the solution. go to 1 Browser then 2 settings 3 profile your phone must be activated on ewap select wifi and it will show activated.