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Unhappy Wifi unable to find connections

My Htc one x plus was working really fine. But now its not finding and connecting to the connections. Showing previously connected connections "not in range" even standing next to them.

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Asad bhai i'm also having same problem with my HOX+, take out your sim card and do a factory reset then it will connect but when ever u'll put your sim card back it will disconnect, i think its a hardware problem.. i'm also searching for a solution if you find one let me know..
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Hello valkover and welcome to Android Forums. I hope someone will know what you need to do to get your wifi working. Best of luck and thanks for using these forums.
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Old January 19th, 2013, 12:19 AM   #4 (permalink)
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My Htc one x plus was working really fine. But now its not finding and connecting to the connections. Showing previously connected connections "not in range" even standing next to them.

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I had same problem, changed to fixed ip address and this sorted it. See other posts on this forum and the one X forum for info on how to do this. Just search on wifi. Hope this helps
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Old January 23rd, 2013, 10:42 AM   #5 (permalink)
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ive spoken to O2 and Htc in this respect and they both are quite convinced that this is a hardware issue. ive bought my phone from Uk so now what im going to do is to send my phone to one of my friend in Uk. He'll take my phone to O2 and they would do the repair. I even got my phone check from choor center hafeez center lahore and go the suggestion not to ask anybody to do the repair in there.

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Asad bhai i'm also having same problem with my HOX+, take out your sim card and do a factory reset then it will connect but when ever u'll put your sim card back it will disconnect, i think its a hardware problem.. i'm also searching for a solution if you find one let me know..
My above message is for you valkover
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