Wifi disabled after installing iOS7

Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by acharlebois, Sep 19, 2013.

  1. macrumors newbie

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    Installed iOS 7 on iPhone 4S. All works well except the wifi cannot activated. If I go into settings - wifi, I cannot toggle the wifi switch at the on position. All worked well in iOS6!

    Anybody got this issue and found a fix?

    I tried restoring the network settings, restoring the unit. I am also trying a full restore from iTunes. Kind of out of options at this time.

    Thanks!
     
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    benji888

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    hmmm, I thought it was because of how I went from iOS 6 to 7 beta to 6 to 7 beta again, but, first time I put iOS 7.0 (not beta) on my iPhone 5 it would connect to wifi, but could not establish an internet connection. Very strange. After several attempts I decided to start over. I put the iPhone in DFU mode and installed iOS 7 again, it was fine this time.

    So, have you tried putting your iPhone in DFU mode, and restore it to iOS 7? If you're not sure what DFU mode is, I can post a how-to link.
     
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    Am3r1ca16

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    you mean the wifi is grayed out?
     
  4. thread starter macrumors newbie

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    you mean the wifi is grayed out? - Yes

    So, have you tried putting your iPhone in DFU mode, and restore it to iOS 7? If you're not sure what DFU mode is, I can post a how-to link.

    What is DFU? Yes please

    Thanks
     
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    verwon

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