Today I did a factory reset on my phone (Galaxy y GT-S5360T) to attempt to free up some space (it worked, thankfully) and now I can't seem to connect to any wifi network. I am currently running the stock ROM which is Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread and I am also rooted.
I also noticed after the reset the Google Play store had been replaced by the Android Market. I don't have anything against the Android Market, but I do prefer Google Play.
Does anyone know how to fix these problems? Thanks in advance
Edit: When my phone tries to connect to a wifi network, the status reports that it is 'Obtaining IP Address" and it just ends there. Nothing else happens. I have heard in more than one place that I can create a static IP address and that will fix the problem but I have no idea how I can do this. It would be much appreciated if someone could point me towards a tutorial on how to do this, as I have no idea. I have also tried a factory reset again again and this still did not fix the problem.