|Jun 24, 2013, 10:26 PM||#1|
My iPhone 4S on iOS 7 Beta 1 worked fine with my WiFi. I updated to Beta 2 today. It worked fine with my WiFi. I left the house later and went on 4G (AT&T). I came back home and my phone won't connect to WiFi. What should I do to fix this? I have a 200MB data plan so I can't really do much without WiFi.
iPhone 4S - 16 GB; White ~ iPad "3" - 16 GB; White; WiFi Only ~ iPod Touch 2 - 8GB; Black ~ iPod Nano 2 - 2GB; Silver
|Jun 24, 2013, 10:31 PM||#2|
You can try the following...
1) Forget the wifi on your phone and reboot the phone. See if it will see the network and then connect with the password.
2) Reboot your router. If that doesn't work, try changing the channel.
3) Reinstall the OS as a new device
It seems that this kind of bug has been an issue for many people in iOS 6 as well as iOS 7 beta.
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