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I have enabled Wi-Fi. I try connecting to various networks, and during the IP address obtaining process, the notification will popup from the Wi-Fi app saying:

"No account for ___________ network. Try again."

It does this with many different Wi-Fi apps, including the stock app (the one that comes default), other apps, etc. It also does this with any network, within range, yes, and still the same problem arises. I checked all system written logs and there's no errors, or anything that could explain this issue.

There's nothing wrong, I believe, with the hardware on my phone, nor the software(for the most part).

However, this has been suddenly happening with any wireless network. What could be causing this?

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  • Voting to close as off-topic, because questions about Android devices do not belong on Super User. See the help center for details. This question will be migrated to Android Enthusiasts shortly; please do not cross-post, as this will happen automatically once enough close votes have been cast on this question. To ensure you retain control of the question, please create an account at Android Enthusiasts and associate it with your Super User account. – bwDraco Jan 6 '14 at 22:56
  • Also a duplicate of goo.gl/5UGEDT from an hour earlier. Wherever this ends up, could be an android OS or even carrier software update – panhandel Jan 6 '14 at 23:25

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