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The Wi-Fi device inside your phone (that includes the radio transceiver as well as the hardware that decodes the signals and tells the main CPU of the phone) has several different power states. Even when the Wi-Fi is on, after it's idle for several seconds, the Wi-Fi device goes into a low-power state. In this state, it's still connected, and can still ...


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I have a Moto G as well (small world) and also had this problem when connecting to my school's WiFi network (even smaller world). It appears like the Moto has trouble autodetecting encryption settings on some networks. You can probably get it working by long pressing on the network, selecting modify network, and then changing the 'EAP method' and Phase 2 ...


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For that you need the full version of TeamViewer. reference: http://www.teamviewer.com/en/help/40-Can-TeamViewer-be-used-within-a-local-network-LAN-only.aspx You can establish Remote control sessions on your local network directly by using IP addresses or computer names. By default this feature is deactivated because software firewalls may open an ...


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Remote Phone Call (Click Here to View App on Play Store) might help you with the GSM Calling via WIFI & BLUETOOTH. Google VOICE & HANGOUT (Default app on android Phone) for PC you need plugin for installing HANGOUT..


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I'm surprised by what you are saying, so let me recap. Yes, most networks send out their SSID (it is called a beacon). If your wifi is enabled and you haven't disabled scanning then your phone will listen for those beacons and try to match the SSID in the beacon against your phone's list of SSID's. Depending on your settings it will also use the beacon to ...


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For an update to an existing app, you just have to enable that in Google play's settings. For a newly installed app, I don't think it is possible. You can block the background data for Google play, but that's just a workaround and it has limitations like you won't be able to make in-app purchases when you are on mobile network.


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I went around in circles with this by trying open and WPA security but nothing worked. The phone was not even listed on the router's device list. The MAC address filter was the problem. I fixed the issue by adding the phones mac address to the routers "white list" and now everything works well. Check you router mac filters or turn them off.



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