I have Samsung Glaxy S5 device with some other devices. The Wifi is working every device except in Glaxy S5 device. But when I go to Wifi settings I see 2 connections 1) MyWifi 2) NVRAM Warning: Err = 0x10. When I select MyWifi and put the password. It says 'Authenticating' then it will show 'Not in Range'. Tried everything but nothing is working for me.

  • It might help to be a little more detailed on the "everything" part on your question – or we can only suggest to try "something other" ;) – Izzy Aug 6 '14 at 10:05
  • @Izzy, I mean reboot, disabled MAC filtering, etc – user960567 Aug 6 '14 at 12:19
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    That's something. Now for the "etc", please :) Honestly: please be as precise as possible, or you'll end up in a loop with people suggesting something, and you saying "I did that already" (and please, edit those details into your question: with the comments list getting longer, people will stop reading them). There are many possibilities, e.g. removing the AP and re-adding it in your configuration, doing a complete factory-reset, and more. – Izzy Aug 6 '14 at 13:27
  • Is it a 5GHz access point? There is a known problem where some phones running recent android builds cannot access 5GHz APs. I have this problem on my Nexus 4. – Mr. Shiny and New 安宇 Aug 6 '14 at 17:04

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