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Old Sep 27, 2012, 11:13 PM   #1
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iPhone wont automatically connect to wifi

as title states. my previous phones all connected when in range.. my new iphone 5 does not.. i have to manually go in and connect under settings

any thoughts?
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as title states. my previous phones all connected when in range.. my new iphone 5 does not.. i have to manually go in and connect under settings

any thoughts?
LOTS of threads on this.

Try this:

1. Turn off WiFi
2. Turn on WiFi
3. Select "Other" - not YOUR network
4. Manually type in YOUR network name
5. Select the password type and then enter your password.

It should remember it from that point on.
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