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First you need to know that the WIFI is built in so you would need to get the phone disassembled and see if it had a recent drop or thrown or fall on the ground. In this case you can purchase a set of torx toolset that you can buy from your local hardware store. Then you also use suction cups that will hold onto the screen and then you can pull up the screen. With the screen off now you can see if the WIFI is burned out or simply damaged. If it is damaged then you have to order the board for the phone remember take out your Sim card out of the phone and if you have a spare phone you can use that as a backup for phone calls. Your carrier should allow you to unlock the phone so if you don't know then visit there website and find Retrieve your PUK on the site. So that's what I would do. And at the same time repair the phone that has a Wifi problem.

If you still have problems you can come and drop your phone and I'll repair it for you.

Posted on Nov 25, 2013

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