[Solved] Losing wifi signal: "not in range."
That's the problem. WiFi is there when I boot up, but I lose it within a few minutes.
The label is the router, which works for other wireless connections in my house and which is sitting 3 feet away from me as I type this, is "not in range."
The phone won't let me switch to static from DHCP (save-connect greys out when I try it)
It just started a few days ago, after I switched ROMS, but the problem remains the same regardless of which ROM I use... and the problem did not start immediately with the ROM change.
I changed radios and so forth, but this problem appeared several DAYS after I did that.
I've spent hours looking for solutions (I'm apparently not the only one with this problem) but have come up with nothing.
Are there other radios out there to look at or install? Can I go back to the stock radio, and if so, where might that be?
Thanks for the help!
Last edited by Kage87Z; 01-04-2013 at 02:52 PM.☆ ★ | ROM | [JellyBean][4.3] BeanStalk Build 4.3.1001 - [04 OCT] |★ ☆
- 01-01-2013, 12:32 PM #2
Re: Losing wifi signal: "not in range."
I reflashed the stock (VRLK3.modem)... and it didn't find wifi at all, went back and reflashed to the VRBLK3_rpm_and_modem.zip back to the same problem. Finds wifi when you boot it up... connects for a couple of minutes and then, a few moments later, "not in range."☆ ★ | ROM | [JellyBean][4.3] BeanStalk Build 4.3.1001 - [04 OCT] |★ ☆
- 01-01-2013, 07:17 PM #4
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