Problem connecting to wifi

wxrusss8

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My Nexus 6 (T-Mobile version) has been having this issue for a while. The phone will be connected to my home wifi network, and then, without warning, it will disconnect. Then, it will not connect to any wifi network until I reboot the phone. I have tried going in and manually trying to connect to the wifi network, but it just says "connecting" for a few secs. and then stops. I've tried looking to see if it's a specific app or something to no avail.

Anyone else have this problem and know how to fix it?

TIA
 

N4Newbie

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Is your home Wi-Fi operating on the 2.4GHz frequency, the 5GHz frequency, or both? If both, which one are you connecting to?

Is there a great deal of Wi-Fi activity in your area? How many other connections do you see when you are selecting your own network? If there are several, try installing https://forums.androidcentral.com/e...s?id=com.farproc.wifi.analyzer&token=Mdo4135K and see if they are operating on channels which conflict with your own. If so, choose an ideal channel (the app will help you do that) and then set your Wi-Fi router up accordingly.