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According to the Android documentation the persistent randomization is not stored anywhere. Instead the "random MAC address" is generated every time you connect to the Wifi. This generation bases on the Wifi network parameters: Android generates a persistent randomized MAC address based on the parameters of the network profile including SSID, ...


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Since you can connect with other devices, the problem should be with your device and not the router or network. First try restarting your device. After that, if the problem persists, you can try to reset all the wi-fi settings from Settings> System> Reset options> Reset Wi-Fi, mobile & Bluetooth. This feature does not delete any personal data ...


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From my experience working on Service Centers I would say it's probably HW. But you can try some things to confirm it or not: Usually Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are on the same SoC. If BT is also not working it's a good indicative that it's HW issue on that SoC. If you go to Settings -> System -> Advanced -> Reset Options -> there is an option "...


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I know of no way to disable doze as the admin of the OS (Android) itself https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50115053/is-it-possible-to-completely-disable-the-doze-mode-and-standby-mode (but please comment on this if there's some way to do it with Xposed or similar) From the app (developer) itself The Google documentation on MediaPlayer specifically tell ...


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No, there isn't any downside and you should set it to unmetered. You certainly wouldn't like OTA updates or large downloads to be throttled or stopped by setting it as metered. When to use metered Wi-Fi If your network has a data limit, you can set your Wi-Fi as metered. When your network is metered, you have more control over how much data your phone uses ...


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that's limitation from PowerFTP. before buying ask support if pro version will increase speed (not sure about this)


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Increase beacon interval (at least double it) in your router settings for 2.4 GHz network and all your dual band devices will discover and, as a result, connect to 5 GHz network. 'Beacon interval' defines how often (in milliseconds) the beacon is broadcast by the router and used by clients to discover access points. It will have no negative impact on speed ...


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As things move forward, I've got a new phone (a Pixel 5a), which has such a built in option, but that's for Developers. First I had to enable the developer feature (see here for original): Open Settings » About Phone Click on Build Number 7 times Next, I went to the Developer feature (you can use the search feature if you have a slightly different phone): ...


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On a rooted phone, first try to connect to the WiFi network (although it will fail), then turn off WiFi entirely. Now, modify /data/misc/apexdata/com.android.wifi/WifiConfigStore.xml. Find the entry for your WiFi network, and set DomSuffixMatch (which is what the UI shows as 'Domain') and CaPath to empty strings. Maybe set other similar entries to blank ...


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