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Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (WiFi) reboots continually if I allow it to connect to a certain WiFi network
I've had a Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 for just over a year. A few weeks ago, I updated to Android 4.2.2 whilst visiting my parent's house and it started continually rebooting itself. I did a factory reset (or two) before figuring out that it's entirely down to the WiFi. If I get in quick enough and don't allow it to connect, the problem stops, and it only occurs with the WiFi at my parent's house (though it always worked fine before the update). I've tried unplugging the WiFi repeater, which was a relatively new addition to the house, but it hasn't made a difference.
I'm back at my parent's for Christmas and would love to be able to use my tablet again, so if any suggestions for fixes would be greatly appreciated!
- 12-22-2013, 10:40 AM #2
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Re: Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (WiFi) reboots continually if I allow it to connect to a certain WiFi network
Thanks for the recommendation. After further research it seems to be a compatibility issue between the tablet and the Belkin 54g router. I'll definitely have a think about CWM/CM, not sure whether I'm quite (yet) ready to void my warranty. I might try downgrading back to 4.1 first, which I got on with better. 4.2 has some really weird and obvious UX flaws.
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