Originally Posted by Big Kahuna
Its common there's always a lemon among the bunch my wife iphone 4s just merely a week when it died. I mean died as is dead i cant revive it so they change it.
I am having same problem with my Tab 7.7 after upgraded to ICS yesterday..cant connect to wifi even when im next to the router..Originally Posted by Big Kahuna
Another way is to try to forget your Wifi's network/router settings, disable and enable wifi and try connecting to it again.
Last edited by SomeFormOFhuman; 14th September 2012 at 09:15 PM.
I have S3 for two months now under ICS no issue.... either you need to reflash it again if sti.persist then its h/w.Originally Posted by SomeFormOFhuman
dont think this can solve the problem..done it few times for my Tab...but no issue with my S2...even tried to do factory reset but it prompt me to delete my Samsung a/c 1st...dono where to go to delete it...lolZOriginally Posted by SomeFormOFhuman
I've got no issues with WiFi on my Xperia S on icsOriginally Posted by SomeFormOFhuman
Problem is..its my home fibre broadband wifi that it seems unable to get connected..no problem at workplace with the wifi there..
Try changing the channel in 2.4ghz and 5ghz to manual. It could work. Leaving channel in router to auto sometimes could have interference with your neighbour'sOriginally Posted by roDz
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This Steve is really cool ...
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Hey, Tim Cook: Your 'Thermonuclear' Lawsuits Are Making Apple Look Stupid – ReadWrite
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Why allow an incompetent jury to decide amount of damages?
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"Apple without Steve Jobs is a goner" period.
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