Our readers who have WiFi connection issues on their phones can find the solution by browsing through the article we have prepared.
For various reasons, many users encounter problems connecting to the wireless network when using mobile phones. If there is a problem with the mobile WiFi connection, please refer to the article we have prepared.
Android and iOS users may encounter different issues. We have prepared for you an article with solutions for iOS and Android.
What to do with WiFi connection problems
First, you should start the process by checking your wireless connection settings. Click on the notification panel. Then check the Airplane Mode and WiFi section on the screen that appears. After activating Airplane mode, mobile and Wi-Fi access will be disabled automatically.
Since the automatic Mac address change feature is available on both iOS and Android devices, it may block your connection. Use the search section of the Settings tab to go to the wireless network settings menu. Then turn off Change Mac Address or Private Address on the screen that appears.
Sometimes, the device cannot detect changes made to the wireless network. Enter the settings menu. Then click on the Wireless Network tab. After selecting the wireless network whose settings you want to reset, try to connect to the network again by pressing the Forget wireless network button.
Users who are having trouble connecting to WiFi can solve the connection problem by changing the channel settings of their network. After logging into the modem interface, click on the WiFi Settings tab. 1, 6 and 11 in the 2.4GHz band. Recommended channels.
In some cases, location services may prevent WiFi from being used. To turn off location services, please go to the settings menu. Then click the Privacy tab on the screen that appears. After turning off the location setting in the privacy tab, try to connect to the wireless network again.
To perform a network settings reset, including Bluetooth and WiFi settings, go to the Settings menu. Then click on the General Settings tab on the screen that appears. After logging into the reset menu, tap Reset network settings.
Some operations differ depending on the interface of the Android operating system developed by the smartphone manufacturer.