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Try to change the channel of your wireless router. Maybe it was caused by the congestion of the working channel(Maybe channel 1).


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I found the solution: Check the VirtualBox version and go to their website and update the extension pack. This is on a Fedora 20 system and after updating the VirtualBox "extension pack" and uninstalling all the all the "Universal Serial Bus controllers" drivers in "Device Manager" of the guest(Windows 7), and then shutting down the guest and rebooting the ...


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Forget the Wifi Network you are trying to connect to from your mobile. Turn Off your Router & Turn it ON. Try connecting to this Wifi Network again


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If your network is correctly setup, and both devices are on the same network then you can ping an Android device just fine. I've just tested it on my office network. If your network administrator has configured the network such that devices can't ping each other, then obviously it won't work. Similarly, it probably won't work if your phone is on mobile ...


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Most of the Android Tablet rejects the wifi connection once they recieve any corrupt packet. To fix this issue we need to handle the exception at the network layer. Install Wifi-Fixer App from Playstore. Then: Run wifi from this app only. You will be able to see the logs of the packets. Issue will be solved automatically, if not revert back.



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