The Wi-Fi on my Android phone is "bootlooped". That means, that it permanently tries to start but never completes to do so. This is also visible in the Wi-Fi menu, where it says "Turning Wi-Fi on...". As suggested for similar problems I tried deleting the files
but it didn't help. What can I do to resolve this problem? I got it as a used phone so I don't know, if the Wi-Fi module is working. Switching the daughterboard did, however, not change anything.
cat /proc/kmsg | grep wifi doesn't give any results. When I execute
logcat | grep wifi only the following line is printed several times:
D/WifiController( 768): wifiSleepPolicy:2.