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use dynamic ip address ..and forget network and restart your mobile and then enter correct password in wifi network .and stay in wifi router range.


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delete the mobile internet settings or disable the app in application manager that is eating away the mbs


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Either an app that you have given permission to modify system settings is doing this which should be easily solved by checking each of your apps permission settings? ...Or maybe you have something like WiFi "Scanning Always Available"? If you feel up to it, you may also find more information by looking at your Android's log files (either via an app that ...


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Try forgetting the network and then connecting it once again. If you have recently changed your wifi password, then also this problem comes.


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Is it a specific Wi-Fi connection that won't work, or none work? If it's a specific one, then the problem may be on the Wi-Fi router, or it's connection to the internet. Turn the Wi-Fi router off for a few seconds and then on again,and try connecting. Try connecting with another device. Also, you can try removing the connection from your device and ...


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It's simple to share Android files to Windows PC. Install ES File Explorer in Android device. Go to Tools and select Remote Manager then you can see turn on. Press on it. And you will get an address like ftp://192.168.1.24:3721/ enter it on your PC file explorer and you can access to your Android phone from PC. You can change settings of remote manager to ...


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I'm pretty sure you cannot do that as the phone needs to connect to one protocol at a time. I have a Wi-Fi hard-drive and the manufacturer of the device states that once you connect to the device you will need to either turn the device off to get cellular signal again or disconnect from it.


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The first thing I would try is switching the phone off completely so that means holding the off button down until the whole phone turns off (Reboot) Then see if it it works. If not then go to the Wi-Fi setting on your phone and long hold on your connecting and click forget. then click again and connect. that should work. craigshawtech.com


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Ok fixed the problem by installing firmware from sammobile.com. The Odin flash failed at the hidden.img, but I could recover the thing by running the instructions here: http://www.s4miniarchive.com/2014/07/solution-what-to-do-when-odin-fails-at-hidden.img.ext4.html And I have my wifi back but lost root (but that's not a big deal).


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ES file explorer. This app lets you send any size file over bluetooth, wifi(hotspot or local wifi) etc. Very easy to use, just connect both to same wifi hotspot, select the files to send (OTHER PERSON(s) MUST HAVE ES FILE EXPLORER OPEN) and press send, or share (the device share menu) and then select via LAN with the ES icon. You can send file to multiple ...


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Check a wired connection to make sure your internet connection is OK. Turn off Galaxy Tab and check WiFi again from other devices. Reboot your wireless router.


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Depending on the type of device you use, you can install a custom recovery and flash this file to unlock without data loss


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okay i have to post this as an answer as there isn't enough room in a comment slot to cover this. After looking at your dmesg, if i am understanding it right, you wifi device is identifying as mmc2 and/ an external card <6>[ 18.525295] c1 mmc2: card inserted. <4>[ 18.525962] c1 wifi_platform_set_power = 1 <4>[ 18.525970] c1 ...


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With GPS and offline music support, you can already leave your phone at home, then go jogging and jamming like normal. Now Android Wear supports watches with built-in Wi-Fi. As long as your watch is connected to a Wi-Fi network, and your phone has a data connection (wherever it is), you’ll be able to get notifications, send messages, and use all ...


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BSNL providing routers with WIFI connections. You don't need to TURN ON DATA for wifi connection OR not required network modes, Try to access data by turning on wifi of your device.


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You cannot manually clear Wi-Fi connection details in a non-rooted device other than going to Wi-Fi settings and clearing all the connections and general settings or doing a factory reset which would bring everything to default factory state. The reason is simple. You, a non-root user, are not privileged to delete the files holding the Wi-Fi connection ...


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Ethical and legal issues aside.... Most Wifi's are using WPA2 and take a lot of grunt to crack. For example to crack WPA2 you need a password table which is a list of all of the possible passwords you could use. That file alone can be in the terabyte range which is beyond the storage capability of the phone. The best you can do is capture packets and ...


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Are you using a Samsung Android running Lolipop? It is actually locked down and some Chinese hackers actually created the PINGPONG root to enable pinging from a Samsung Android. http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s6/general/root-pingpongroot-s6-root-tool-t3103016


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What does your ARP table display? also are you sure that you are pinging a current internal IP addresses for your devices? Because I see that your firewall is provided from a local router. If you ping a local IP that has expired you won't get a result. Finally, what Android application are you using to ping your notebook?


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I too had the same issue after I flashed a new kernel to my HTC Vivid. My Wi-Fi always showed "Turning on" but never did, and my MAC address showed "Unavailable". Turns out the problem was as simple as a faulty file in the Android system. Try finding and replacing the file named bcmdhb.ko located in /system/lib/modules. (You'll need root access and a root ...


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Almost all concerns with phones remaining plugged in indefinitely stem from the health of the battery. Mentioning that the device is old and has a worn battery (and odn't want to deal with charging it constantly) means we can ignore those potential challenges. Refer to the question that user "dr01" linked if you want more info on that. As for ...


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If you have the "File Expert with Clouds" application installed then it may be the culprit. I was having the same issue and suspected it may be that application because it seemed to start happening after I had started and then stopped the FTP server. I removed the application and the messages stopped. I then re-installed the application and everything was ...


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Okay, I found it. According to this serverfault question, TCP timestamps cause the error. I disabled the option on the server with sysctl -w net.ipv4.tcp_timestamps=0


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If you are using Windows 7 try this, Create an ad-hoc network in your PC (This would help you Create WiFi Network) Connect your Android device to the WiFi network you created in past step Open the browser in your phone and type PCs IP address/your web app name (I hope you run your web app on some servers like Apache Tomcat/WAMP ..)


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This may still be true, many routers by brand have a default admin user name and password as well as ip address netgear defaults for my router anyway was admin admin 192.168.254.254 as an example if you have a device with wireless access to the router use an app from fdroid called Network Discovery to determine the router address, then punch that addy ...


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There is now a feature that turns on WiFi for location purposes. Settings->Wi-Fi->Advanced->"Scanning always available" You can turn WiFi off to save power, but still have location requests turn WiFi on temporarily.


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The location databases use the MAC address of the router. On most routers, you can change the MAC address, which will prevent your old address from showing up. If there are other access points in your area, this may also be sufficient for the location service to return the correct location. I do not know of a way to submit a request to update the Google's ...


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No, high accuracy mode without WiFi is not the same as device only because The mobile network provider location source is also used in high accuracy mode but not device only. Assisted GPS may be used to reduce the time to get a location fix when you use a network connection, either WiFi or the mobile data connection. "Download GPS assisted data only over ...


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Maybe your school has a firewall or blacklist, that blocks these sites? Is your friend using a vpn or something like that? These are sometimes easier to configure with root, than without.


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You have to get your speaker into pairing-mode at first. You can get into it by holding the "M"-button for five seconds. After that, it should show up as a bluetooth-device on your tablet. I think, this video could also help: Review Sharkk Portable Bluetooth Speaker


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If your device is rooted, and have a firewall installed, you need to grant network access to Setup Wizard app (ID # 1000), so it can resolve the Google look up. I verified this in my situation by turning off and on my firewall, and checking the firewall logs. I did not mess up with any editing of the captive portal settings. If you have the same problem, ...


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I had the same problem with Android 5.1 upgrade on MotoX. What worked for me - switched off WLAN > restarted the router > switched on WLAN Hope it helps.


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This post is a bit old but I came across the same issue recently and only the following solution worked. Some versions of android have a wifi power saving mode which can come already activated when you buy the phone or by consequence of an activation made by an app (in my case it was the latter). This mode will disconnect the wifi connection whenever it's ...


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In my case, it can be happen if your office use static ip. You must obtain ip address from office network admin, and then apply that ip on your zenfone 5. You can setup it on Wifi -> Advanced options -> IP Settings set to static and then input all the things like ip, gateway, and DNS. I hope this answer help you.


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There are all manner of issues that can affect WiFi performance. Noise Any other energy at frequencies used by your connection. This includes other WiFi devices but also other things like microwave ovens and wireless phones. You can try to set your AP to a channel that has less noise. The nonoverlapping channels you should set a 2.4 GHz WiFi AP are 1, 6, ...


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I currently finished an app (for non-rooted devices) for sharing files in local network. I these are lessons learned: It is possible to run an SMB Server on Android without root access (on non-privileged port). Mac OS X connects to it without any problems (if you broadcast your ip and port via Bonjour). But Windows dont. As already said by another users, ...


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Here is a simple application for your needs. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.rjj.android.wifimonitor


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You can check the internal Android log logcat to see WiFi connectivity changes (and many different events) from the last few hours or so. To do that, you'll have to enable USB debugging, download ADB, install an ADB driver for your phone on your computer, connect the phone with a USB cable and run this in a terminal: adb logcat -v threadtime ...


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So it seems the problem was with the settings of the device. Having a Screen Lock (even if SmartLock is enabled, and you are in a "safe location") disconnects ADB on device idle. Only way around it for me was to disable the device screen lock.



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