19-07-2012 09:48 - edited 19-07-2012 09:51
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on 19-07-2012 09:59
on 19-07-2012 10:58
Have you installed an app recently, anything at all? It sounds like something is conflicting with the wifi. You might have to do a factory reset if you cannot identify the issue....
19-07-2012 11:14 - edited 19-07-2012 11:19
As your wi-fi connection is open there is no problem for your handset just hook back onto it. Also make sure Roaming is turned off as this will treat your router like a wi-fi hotspot in a sense.
Removing the profile and disabling the wi-fi on the handset should stop it initially. You should be able to reapply any WPA2 settings and then re-scan again for the wireless signal then. Another trick I picked up as well is you can save your password as a text message. Open it up on the telephone then copy and paste it into the logon box.
Not really a trick however a good ready reckoner.
Check for any other routers using the same channel as you nearby in the same area. They may be using the same channel number as you to broadcast the wi-fi signal. Personally I use channel 6 as nobody else seems to think of doing that. I hope this helps.
on 19-07-2012 15:49
on 19-07-2012 17:07