1. Mister Diamond's Avatar
    Since about a week, my phone (Samsung Galaxy S5570i, Android 2.3.6, stock rom, rooted) is no longer able to connect to any wifi network using DHCP: Is only able to connect to my home's wifi using static IP addresses (only because i know the ip addresses of my own network); when I attempt to connect to any wifi network using DHCP, including my own wifi network (so without static IP) all that i get is “Obtaining IP address… Scanning..” in an infinite loop.

    I have to say that i have been always able, for years, to properly connect to any wifi network, using the DHCP method: I haven’t change my router, also because this issue occurs on any wifi network.
    I have tried to delete the content of "/data/misc/dhcpcd", "/data/misc/wifi" "/system/etc/wifi" "/system/etc/dhcpcd" folders, without any success.
    In the following link, there is the output from logcat. Any hints?
    logcat here on pastebin (sorry, but the logcat output is too long and i cannot paste everything here):
    Android Logcat - Pastebin.com

    Kind regards.
    01-29-2017 06:29 AM

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