I can not turn on my android device Wifi. It shows error. My device is Huawei U8500. I am using CyanogenMod 7.2.0 Update-6. Please help with this?
You phone, Huawei U8500 may have the boot kernel and the system modules with different versions.
Since you aren't providing the error message contents, I'll assume that you're just getting a plain
What you need to do is:
Install 7.2 and flash the boot separately, so the boot kernel and the system modules can obtain the same version.
A similar case:
You can read about a similar case in detail at:
To summarize it:
A user performed an update to the system version 7.2, but didn't flash the boot to the same version.
Every time the user tried to use WiFi, the message
If he rolled-back to the previous version, the WiFi worked just fine.
After some discussion and exchanging of ideas, he came up with a solution:
So what was happening to this case:
When the user had 7.1 installed and the phone had:
After the installation of 7.2, the phone had:
When re-installed 7.1, the phone had:
so everything worked
When the user installed 7.2 and flashed the boot separately the phone had:
and everything worked
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