How to fix failed Wi-Fi connection on your mobile device

Ever experienced any phone’s Wi-Fi failure before now? A lot
of things could be the cause for malfunctioning when you attempt to trigger for
service on your smartphone. And, there are also many ways to fix this issue
when it ensues. Below are some of these methods of fixing the problem:
How to fix failed Wi-Fi connection on your mobile device

1. Switch Off and On:
Attempt to switch off your Wi-Fi and switch it back on. Do likewise for your
router, then confirm your connection again. You could as well turn on Airplane
Mode for a little moment and then turn it off.

2. Restart your phone in
Safe Mode:
Simply restart it in Safe Mode if the first method is not
working. How to do it:
  • Press down the power button
  • Hold down the Power Off option for a few seconds
  • Then select OK when asked if you want to reboot in Safe
    Mode.
  • After that, you can restart your device.

3. Keep Wi-Fi on during
Sleep option
: If your Wi-Fi goes on self-disconnects, it may likely be due
to not enabling the Keep Wi-Fi on during Sleep option. This would disconnect
your device automatically o save battery. Here’s how to go about it:
  • Go to Settings > Wi-Fi
  • Then tap the three dots on the top right corner of the screen.
  • Select Advanced and tap on Keep Wi-Fi on During Sleep
  • Then select Yes or Always.

4. IP authentication
Issue
: Possibly your device cannot connect to the Wi-Fi network because of
a problem with IP authentication. In this case, try to restart your router. If
it still doesn’t work, carry out a factory reset. Also, there’s an app on
Google Play Store called Wi-Fi Fixer. This app restores system files and
essential services for your Wi-Fi network to work well.
5. By nowyour device might connect to the network, but the
browsing speed will be frustrating. This you can blame on network congestion.
This means that too many people are using the same connection at once. But
then, if you have a fully functional router, and thee I no interference of any
sort yet you still have this problem, try installing Speedtest on you device.
This will how you your actual download and upload speed and tell you what is
the problem with your internet connection.
There you have it. These solutions should get your
malfunctioning Wi-Fi connection to work properly.

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Andre is a network engineer with a solid technical background and a proven record in building and troubleshooting computer systems, networking, website design and blogging with broad knowledge on call center operations and administration. Above all, a man with great desire in sharing his knowledge and views, cutting across technology, social and politics.

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