September 28th, 2012, 12:29 PM
Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: New Orleans, LA
Device(s): HTC One, EVO 4G LTE, Transformer Infinity TF700T, Nexus 10, Nexus 7.2, HP Touchpad, iPad2
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Originally Posted by sunnivaf
I have a problem with the wifi on my TF700T. It connects fine, but then it keeps connecting/disconnecting every other minute. Extremely annoying and basically makes the wifi useless, or at least close to it. Anyone else who have experience with this and know how to fix it?
There are several things you can do:
1: By chance do you have WiFi set to sleep when the screen is turned off or is this happening while you are browsing the web, etc?
2: Try reserving an IP address in your router and see if that helps.
3: Also you can download WiFi Analyzer to take a look at all the WiFi signals around you and help you choose the least crowded channel. This will also help you move your router to an area with a better signal.
4: Reboot your Router and Tablet (I am sure you have already done this).
5: Go to your Router's Manufacturer site and see if there are any firmwares available for your router or reset your router to factory defaults and set it up again.
6: Try your tablet on a different router and see if the behavior is the same.
7: Last thing would be to do a Factory Reset on your Infinity
8: If none of this works I think it would be time to contact Asus or wherever you purchased it to see about an exchange or RMA.