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My Xperia Neo L has a Wi-Fi issue where it doesn't connect to WiFi networks.I'm on stock ICS. It says "Connecting",it authenticates but then,either it shows that the connection is saved or disabled.Sometimes,when it does manage to connect,it keeps disconnecting itself and reconnecting again.Some help would be greatly appreciated.Thank you.

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