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I've got a San Francisco handset running 2.1.

I've configured it to connect to my wifi network at home. If I go out of range, or reboot the phone, it fails to re-connect automatically and I have to manually go thru the settings, disable wireless, then enable it for it to re-attach itself to my network

Is there an easier way?

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Might be related to: android.stackexchange.com/questions/2408/… –  Bryan Denny Oct 31 '10 at 19:52
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Add the Power Control widget (available by default in Android 2.1+ for most phones) or a similar wi-fi toggle app to your home screen. (Long press on the home screen, Widget, Power Control.) That usually fixes it for me.

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