07-15-2019 02:12 PM
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  1. glen40's Avatar
    that doesnt work i tried it
    06-14-2018 04:28 PM
  2. Zurieli Sumeersarnath's Avatar
    I fixed the problem on a LG Stylo 3. I got a new phone and wanted to give my son the 3. When I switched to the 4plus, the 3 began receiving error codes such as the ones described. It popped up on everything, every 5 seconds. My son is using the phone with just wifi connection for games and videos. To fix the problem on a phone that is not in use for calls, the only step you do is to turn off mobile data. Error code vanished and hasn't returned. Again only for wifi only phones.
    03-06-2019 08:32 AM
  3. petersmith69's Avatar
    There are a few fixes to this (depending on the underlying cause):

    If you're running a custom ROM or a custom kernel, flash back to stock.

    Call customer support and:
    a) Make sure your ESN and SIM numbers match the ones they have.
    b) Make sure there's no data outage in your area. (If there is, 67 means that you can't get a data connection because there's none to get.)

    Update the phone's PRL.
    faced similar kind of issue
    Thank you . this solution seem authentic.
    going to try this solution
    03-22-2019 06:16 PM
  4. Liza Borne's Avatar
    follow this steps
    Go to Settings and tap on Wi-Fi.
    Turn on the Wi-Fi and connect to a network.
    Long press on the connected network and select Modify Network.
    Check Show Advance Options.
    On IP Settings drop down menu, select Static.
    Assign IP of your choice but leave other variable untouched.
    04-01-2019 05:45 AM
  5. Rukbat's Avatar
    follow this steps
    Go to Settings and tap on Wi-Fi.
    Turn on the Wi-Fi and connect to a network.
    Long press on the connected network and select Modify Network.
    Check Show Advance Options.
    On IP Settings drop down menu, select Static.
    Assign IP of your choice but leave other variable untouched.
    "Assign IP of your choice" is bad advice, unless you know what you're doing. If the IP you assign isn't in the router's subnet, you just disconnect yourself from the internet that way. (And if you don't know what a subnet is, or how to figure it out, you shouldn't be fooling with IP addresses. [Most routers are subnetted /24, so you have only 252 - the number of attached computers/cellphones/etc. to choose from - and if the particular router doesn't allow a static IP within its DHCP range you may have anywhere from fewer to no choices.])
    07-15-2019 02:12 PM
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