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Old Nov 2, 2012, 06:06 PM   #1
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Find that the wifi on your iPhone isn't staying connected? Here's a fix.

If your Wi-Fi doesn't automatically join or it disconnects after some time (most commonly seen after resetting network settings) try this. Credit to a poster in a forum for this
1. Turn on Wi-Fi and Ask to Join Networks
2. Press the Home Button
3. Launch Safari
4. Wait til the network list opens up
5. Press the network that you want to stay connected to
Now the phone will automatically connect to it if you are within range and have wi-fi turned on. Not everyone has this problem so please no negative comments.
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Old Nov 2, 2012, 08:57 PM   #2
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What if it connects fine but just doesn't have any data when connected?
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Old Nov 2, 2012, 09:05 PM   #3
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What if it connects fine but just doesn't have any data when connected?
press the blue arrow on the wifi and press renew lease
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Old Nov 2, 2012, 09:07 PM   #4
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press the blue arrow on the wifi and press renew lease
Tried it, Still nothing bro.
Usually a restart tends to fix it but its a pain.
6.0.1 didn't fix it either.
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Tried it, Still nothing bro.
Usually a restart tends to fix it but its a pain.
6.0.1 didn't fix it either.
reset network settings, close all apps, hard reset the phone, do the trick I mentioned, run speed test. disable onavo extender if you have it
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reset network settings, close all apps, hard reset the phone, do the trick I mentioned, run speed test. disable onavo extender if you have it
Yes, tried it all many times. I did the rain dance on a full moon and the Macarena too
Still nothing.
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Yes, tried it all many times. I did the rain dance on a full moon and the Macarena too
Still nothing.
restored as new? if you did it's either your wifi or your chip
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restored as new? if you did it's either your wifi or your chip
I think it's the chip. Everything else connects and stays connected fine to my wifi.
It does the same on a bunch of different wifi networks too.
McDonald's, Starbucks etc...
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Old Nov 2, 2012, 10:49 PM   #9
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Yes, tried it all many times. I did the rain dance on a full moon and the Macarena too
Still nothing.
lol
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