What’s the solution-WiFi doesn’t work in Android ?

Hey Peeps,

Today we are going to discuss on WiFi which is most popular network to use the Internet. Even the best Android devices are known to have problems with connectivity: the connection comes and goes or the device can’t connect at all. If you are also at the mercy of an unstable connection, it’s time to take action!Wi-fi-Fixer

Wi-Fi disconnects automatically-:
The most obvious reason is that you have not enabled the Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep option. Below settings automatically disconnects your device from the Wi-Fi network to save battery.

To change this, follow these steps:
Go to the Settings menu
Select Wi-Fi, press the trio of dots at the top right of the screen, and press Advanced
Press Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep.
Select Yes / Always to enjoy seamless connectivity

How to access an ad-hoc or hidden network-:
There are two things that restrict automatic access to a network: the network to which you want to connect belongs to specific type or the network is hidden for security reasons.

Regarding the first problem, most Android phones are not configured to work on ad-hoc networks. But the kind folks over in the XDA developers forum managed to create a patch to bypass this limitation. With the patch wpa_supplicant file, you can connect to these types of networks.

Note-:If the problem is related to a hidden network, you can try to add it manually. Go to Settings > Wi-Fi > Add network. Enter the SSID and the correct password, and you can once again surf the web and respond to your WhatsApp messages.

Aeroplane mode and system Reboot-:
Never overlook the simple solutions! Often we look for complicated, geeky methods, but if the WIFI does not work, one of the classic remedies might provide the cure. First you should deactivate and reactivate the connection. Open the Quick settings menu with a swipe-down gesture from the top of the screen and select the Wi-Fi icon to disable it. If the drop-down menu does not offer this icon, open the app drawer, head to Settings and open it from there.

Do the same with your home router: turn it off and, after at least two minutes, switch it on again. Another simple solution is to turn Aeroplane mode on for a few seconds, turn it off and check your connection again.

In the event that your Wi-Fi connection continues to cause trouble, try restarting your device or follow below steps mentioned-:
Press the power button
From the on-screen options, hold down the Power off option for a few seconds
Select OK when asked if you want to reboot to safe mode.
Once in safe mode, restart your device normally

Problems acquiring an IP address?-:troubleshoot_slide_01_desktop
Do you have problems with IP acquisition? Are you trapped in the clutches of an infinite loop during the authentication process? Sometimes the Wi-Fi does not work because it fails to carry out this process. If your Android is not able to connect to a network, first reboot the router. If the problem persists, carry out a factory reset.

Does this seem like a drastic solution to the problem? Indeed it is, but thankfully there is another solution, before you go the hard way: you can visit the Google Play Store and download WiFi Fixer (assuming you have mobile data).

The application restores Wi-Fi system files and some services essential to the proper functioning of the network. WiFi Fixer will take care of your device when it attempts to acquire an IP address. It is especially easy-to-use app, lacking a pretty interface, but once you understand how it works and gone through the short tutorial, WiFi Fixer will help you solve problems with your connection.

Sometimes WiFi work slow-:
So you’re finally able to connect, but the speed is so slow, you can’t even browse the web? If you are connected to a public Wi-Fi network, the problem may simply be network congestion: too many users at once.

If you are sure that your router is functioning smoothly, that the signal is strong enough, and that there is no interference, check the speed of the network by installing Speedtest on your device. It is a reliable and accurate service that, in a few seconds, will show you your actual download and upload speeds and ping, helping you to identify the underlying problem.