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First of all you will need root acess. Now download any root explorer and navigate to data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf Within the file you will find saved passwords.


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Contact someone from the review of this phone and ask him if he can do a /system/etc backup and upload it to the internet.Than just restore it. Hope you find this helpful - Nik


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Sounds like your phone is most likely roaming


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Even i faced the same issue until I read the link below http://forums.androidcentral.com/android-5-0-lollipop/484781-why-there-exclamation-mark-beside-wifi-lollipop-5-0-2-a.html The solution is only mentioned for dual sim moto G where swapping the sim card onto the other slot fixes the issue.


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In the Android M Developer Preview for Shamu (Nexus 6), and possibly other builds of this OS, the captive_portal_server global is used by the OS regardless of the state of captive_portal_detection_enabled in order to determine health of a Wifi network. For wifi networks, it will not only draw an exclamation mark on the strength icon, it will blacklist that ...


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This sounds like a hotspot, not a usual password-protected network. If, once you connect, it doesn't tell you to sign in but you know you must pass the registration for the further access to internet, open any internet page... and it will redirect you to the signing screen, if the network is really protected.


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WiFi File Transfer https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.smarterdroid.wififiletransfer Droid Over WiFi https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dmitril.droidoverwifi


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Updating your modem/non-hlos to the latest version for your country/carrier might help. (Update: Bug still present for me.) It fixed my problem: Check which is the latest ROM for your country/carrier on sammobile.com Download ROM on sammobile.com or samsung-updates.com (no account necessary). Extract ZIP > rename extracted *.tar.md5 to *.tar > extract ...


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It appears the problem was caused by a corrupted installation of the Xposed Framework - the issue got solved as soon as I reinstalled it.


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On my W540 running Windows 8.1, disabling the "Lenovo Settings Mobile Hotspot Service" fixes the issue.


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I recommend connecting the phone to a different wifi network. The easiest way is to take it to the home of someone you know who has a well-functioning wifi, and log in. If a connection's successful, stay with it for a while. Use your phone in the same way as you have been, and if everything works as it should, your wifi is likely the source of the problem. ...


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I had to change my router settings to enable IPv6 in order to get push notifications to work again. Some networks without IPv6 have been unreliable.


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I solved the problem by replacing the default wifi driver that comes with windows with the one downloaded from manufacturer website.


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In addition to Rajat's answer ("Forget" each network), when you connect to a new network or re-connect to a network you're device has "forgotten", you have the choice to clear the "Connect Automatically..." checkbox. If you do that, when you choose that connection, it will ask for the SSID each time.


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My experience is that Android verifies the connection to a google server. Guess what's blocked here (China). Right. Google. Apparently Android's new policy is to prevent auto-connecting to trusted networks if it can't see any internet on the network. Which of course there is, may it be slower and limited to the Chinese Firewall. So far I haven't found a ...


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Tap on those wifi ssid names and and use forget network to remove phone from automatically connecting to the network


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Of course it would work without the convoluted process you described. What makes you think Android phones aren't capable of a simple DNS lookup? If your product sets a hostname in its initial DHCP request, most consumer routers will serve it out to other clients over DNS, including Android phones. The process you described should only be used as a fallback ...


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I fixed mine by putting a static IP. I chose a IP in my network range and it work


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I have a nexus 5 and had the same problem. I found an app called Power Toggles and it seemed to do the trick.


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Try enabling wifi using ADB and than sign in. As per this answer Enable using below script. adb -s $PHONESERIAL shell "svc wifi enable" You can also refer other Answers


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I didn't find the solution for it but i found an app that automatically fix this issue without rebooting the phone... WifiFixer Hope this works for people having issues with wifi... Thanks


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Go to Google play, push another keyboard apps to your mobile from any pc or notebook, after installing newly installed keyboard app set it as default, then from setting make google keyboard as default, you will get the keyboard back....... .........


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Your download speed is quite slow and the number of seeders are few.This is the main reason that it takes lot of time for you to download. Check the ratio, seeder should seed until at least 1.000 Ratio. Along with those see whether this can help. Go to Preferences --> Bandwidth --> "Disable the "Apply rate limit to uTP connections" option.


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The torrent lacks peers (and even seeds are too low). Find yourself another alternative torrent. On side note, you can try some other torrent application, since sometimes that has greatly worked for me. For example, using aTorrent I was able to download a movie trailer with just 2 seeds with significant speeds.



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