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  1. Muddu's Avatar
    Hi, i tried forgetting the wifi and again reconnecting it, but it didn't. It is bothering me so much and why not those software companies developers and experts come out with this solutions. Ex: Mobile companies software developer and researcher.
    08-08-2015 10:45 AM
  2. Muddu's Avatar
    Hi, i am using a public wifi, it works well for everyone, but as i updated to 5.0.2 the exclamation mark is displaying even when it is already connected, but not working, also there is a status as "limited connectivity" below the connected wifi name. Please share your knowledge in this regard.
    08-08-2015 10:53 AM
  3. William2805's Avatar
    Also struggling... I have a Xperia Z3 and no matter what I try it still shows the exclamation mark... Tried changing the channel, changed from 2.4GHz to 5. Tried procedure 1 on the provided link but nothing works...
    08-27-2015 07:49 AM
  4. Anthony Vossman's Avatar
    For me, the problem seems to come from the system trying to handle multiple signal sources, because when I have both wi-fi and cellular data enabled, I get exclamation marks on both the wi-fi and cell-bar icons. So when I am home, where my router is always on, I turn off my cellular data (in data settings) and rely strictly on the wi-fi signal. I do the same if I am using a strong wi-fi signal elsewhere. I only enable cell data when I actually need it and have no decent wi-fi available. The exclamation marks on my Moto-g/ Android 5.02 don't seem to signify a serious problem (because I still get internet, even with the exclamation marks) - but it seems to mean that there is some struggling going on within the operating system as far as deciding on a proper signal source. My guess is that some of these apps on my phone aren't properly coded for handling background data via multiple signal sources. So when you see exclamation marks, just disable your cellular (i.e., mobile) data transfer and re-connect your Wi-Fi (or vice-versa). The exclamation marks should disappear if you are limiting your signal source to one or the other. Just keep a link to your system settings on the home screen, and the switch just takes a couple of taps.
    09-16-2015 05:53 PM
  5. popeyoni's Avatar
    According to a page in the motorola website:

    Exclamation sign shown with WiFi connection - The exclamation point is shown when the WiFi signal is determined to be of lower quality; if there is no exclamation point the signal is higher quality. Internet access can still take place when the explanation point is showing.

    (sorry, this site won't let me post links until I have 10 posts).
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    09-18-2015 10:11 AM
  6. Muddassir Ali's Avatar
    I had the similar issue where the exclamation mark showed and no internet connectivity. To resolve it, I changed my WiFi Bank from 2.4Ghz to 5Ghz. The phone connected and the exclamation went away. I changed the band back to 2.4Ghz and the phone remained connected with internet connectivity.
    10-21-2015 02:48 AM
  7. laurac1's Avatar
    well my husband phone had same thing didnt realize i blocked him that is y u prob had a exclamation mark next to ur wifi thing..i unblocked him and its gone....
    08-29-2016 06:34 PM
  8. Nakayla and Aaliyah's Avatar
    If there is a "!" By the wifi connection on your Android or other smart phone then you might have been blocked from the users connection. Ask to unblock.
    07-02-2018 01:50 PM
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