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When you're on cellular, the wifi can be turned off, or left on. It's not a big battery drain and if you enter a wifi area, it'll switch to wifi saving your data plan. I've always just left mine on, but I turned off the prompts for new wifi networks.
The connection is limited ... He couldn't connect to Wi-fi on battery power. ..... Will this work if we have limited connectivity when trying to connect through a LAN cable? .... I found another solution, If you are running Windows 8 and your laptop keepsdropping the WiFi .... Investigate router or access point issues Failed
Wifi always drains battery life to some extent or another.. Best solution is to turn off wifi when not in use or needed, and or keep your device plugged in during extensive use.. try to figure out your battery life while using wifi, and also kill/turn off any unnecessary background apps like gps, etc.. you can also extend your battery life by keeping your back light and lock screens to turn down and set to automatically turn off after a min or so of non use.. hope this helps..
Here is the remedy for that error:
We've heard a few reports of Wifi connectivity issues recently, among them 'Authentication error'. If you receive this message, our recommended remedy is to remove all Wifi connection information from your Meep, turn off your Meep, reboot your router, then turn on your Meep and re-add the Wifi information. Follow these steps exactly in this order to resolve this error message:
1. Remove all Wifi network information from the Meep's settings
2. Reboot your router
3. Re-add the Wifi network information to the Meep's settings
4. Reboot the Meep.
I would guess your wifi broke.. but you can always ... try wifi elsewhere to verify... if it works then you need to manually connect to your wifi... I would attempt to get your Ip off the working one and copy the same IP and DNS for your wifi... since it's a tablet I would just reset it to factory settings if it just is stuck... you can back up your files VIA google or BUMP app