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This exact symptom can be fixed by changing permissions on system/etc/dhcpcd/dhcpcd-run-hooks to execute on all accounts: user group and others As mentioned here You need rooted device and root browser. Hope this helps


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This exact symptom can be fixed by changing permissions on system/etc/dhcpcd/dhcpcd-run-hooks to execute on all accounts: user group and others As mentioned here You need rooted device and root browser. Hope this helps any fellow Googlers


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Depending on what version of the Nexus 5X you have it might not have the same WiFi bands as your router. I'd force your router to band 11 just to test it out. Your router also might be set to a security standard your phone can't recognize.


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A couple of days ago, Cat came out with a system update for my phone. One of the items was something about fixing WiFi issues. It seems to be working!


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Try turning Airplane Mode off (if it's on).


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You don't need root to do this! Android apps can utilize the VpnService API to capture packets without root. Here are some apps I found that do not require root: Packet Capture tPacketCapture


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@Firelord is right but there's a file browser for Android that doesn't require root for some IO operations, and looking from the path for the saved passwords it should have full rights. It's called XPlorer, hope this helps


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It looks like it just persisted the state that Wi-Fi was in when the device was shut off. Given zero power consumption in that period, there's no reason to believe that the device was actually on and transmitting data over Wi-Fi.


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I faced this same problem a while ago. I could think of two things here. 1. In my case, I had problem with my router. Other devices connected to the same router had no issues. I had to reset the router and everything worked fine after connecting the device back to it. 2. Then, you say you have 'Clear cache data from playstore app' but have you cleared the ...


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There is an option in the Wi-Fi settings: Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep It has the following options: -> Always -> Only when plugged in -> Never Make sure the above is set to "Always". I believe it will have set "Never" in your case.


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You can also open the youtube video you'd like to download in your browser and then add "dlv" in front of youtube in the URL so that it becomes dlvyoutube.com Not sure how much more smooth this will be compared to working on your computer + transfer if you want to download several videos..


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Assuming your device has the correct band and frequency support for your carriers 3G/4G data service, On the Zenfone 2, only SIM 1 allows data connection, and you must have the APN information set correctly, which sometimes needs to be done manually . Contact your carrier for the correct APN settings.


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You normally can login in your browser i.e: http://1.1.1.1 (or any local address) and put your credentials, user and password. If are valid, your mobile its accepted to use the network for all apps, until you disconnect. Otherwise you can set a proxy for some apps, as social apps or browsers.


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Google Play services runs in the background to keep applications up to date and to sync your information to Google. One possible cause of the battery drain could be if you have multiple accounts on your device. Your device will drain more battery to keep up with the demands on the services Another possible cause of the battery drain could be a third-party ...



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