1. elfuego's Avatar
    From the Sprint forums:

    On your phone go to wifi>advanced>wifi freq. band and change from auto to 2.4ghz only
    THEN, on your d-link router, go to wireless settings and deselect auto channel scan and choose wireless channel 1.

    People are reporting this works in the Spirnt forums. I just did it and finally got my EVO LTE to work with my wireless at home.
    Let us know your results to see if this works for everybody.
    12-16-2012 11:30 AM
  2. IAmSixNine's Avatar
    I tried part of this first. I tried selecting 2.4 only and that didnt help.
    My router is already set with auto channel scan disabled and i have mine parked on channel 6.
    To confirm this is for the D-Link DIR-615 your having issues with?
    See my other thread about WiFi issues after JB..
    Jelly Bean Bug - WiFi not seeing some routers
    12-18-2012 09:40 AM
  3. deadeye99's Avatar
    This just worked for me. It picks it up instantly. Thank you. Bob Edit. i spoke too soon. Still need to "force" it to connect. See other thread for instructions.
    Edit #2 It works most of the time. As long as this doesn't cause other problems with my other routers it's good enough for me. Thank you.
    12-18-2012 09:46 AM
  4. eliseoy's Avatar
    Thank you! It worked on my Dlink and HTC One X
    04-20-2013 02:14 PM

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