Wi Fi problem

Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by jf.armando, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. jf.armando macrumors newbie

    Feb 17, 2011
    Czech Republic
    Hi. First of all I'm sorry if this thread is already posted, I really don't know how to describe my problem in a few words to try and search it.
    Second of all, I'm from Argentina so forgive my English if it isn't great.

    Last week I started to notice that mi iPhone 4 doesn't recognize all wi fi networks available in one area. Yesterday I asked a friend to bring his iPod touch and inside a shopping, his ipod showed 6 wi fi networks (my iphone none). My home wi fi network appears only when I'm ridiculously close to the modem.
    I'm strarting to get really annoyed, because just 30 minutes ago, I called MacStation Argentina (kind of a official distribuitor here) and they told me that even if my international warranty hasn't expired, they provide technical service for all products except (guess....) iPhones.
    Please tell me this ISN'T a hardware problem.
    I tried restoring it from iTunes, restoring network setting (or something like that), and I am still having the same problems.
    I appreciate ANY help, thanks a lot,

  2. kRobbin macrumors member


    Jan 6, 2011
    Boulder, CO
    Did you make sure that "Ask to Join Networks" is on in Settings > Wi-Fi?

    If your home Wi-Fi is slow or not responding you may want to try Settings > Wi-Fi > select your network swipe to the bottom of the page and tap on Renew Lease.

    Good luck!

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