I have a very peculiar problem with connecting my new nexus5 to my wifi router @ home.
Here is the background: I recently bought Nexus 5 and a new wireless modem/router(D-Link2750u)...The first day as soon as I got the router, I did the set up and both wired connection to my pc and wireless connection(WPA2-PSK) to my phone worked fine.
Now the problem is
Since the next day my phone does not enable me to connect to my home network. It always shows my SSID as 'Not In range' even though my phone is right next to the router.
My approach to the problem:
I thought since there are 2 devices involved... it can either be the phone's fault or the routers fault.
So, First I choose my phone, I went to my friends place my phone had no problem what so ever to connect to the wifi @ my friend's(Same ISP, same encryption different router) and I try to connect to 2 other different networks and it worked fine.
Now, the only other culprit possible: My router
My friend was able to connect to this network through his Samsung phone and he dint have any problem doing it so.
Now the question that boggles my mind...
who is the culprit in here? My Phone or the router?
I am not able to figure out what might be the problem, Any kind of help is greatly appreciated...
PS: I also tried doing a factory reset of the phone and also reset the router and then set it up, none of them solved the problem.