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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Portal23, Jun 24, 2010.

  1. Portal23

    Portal23 Member
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    help, dont know if in right section but yeah, i need help....yesterday, wifi was fine, today, turned wwifi on and it says unable to scan for networks, then wifi turns off...help seriously guys, this is the second problem i have had with android in under a month!!!
     

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  2. thebigstig

    thebigstig New Member
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    I have the same problem with my Galaxy S, I have called Samsung this morning and they are calling me back. Watch this space.......
     
  3. IOWA

    IOWA Mr. Logic Pants
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    Try a hard reset.
     
  4. takeshi

    takeshi Well-Known Member
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    You might want to check forums specific to your device to see if it's a device issue rather than just assuming that it's Android.
     
  5. kriskmk

    kriskmk Well-Known Member
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    hard reset.. thats the first thing one ought to do when things don't work :)
     
  6. NirvRush

    NirvRush New Member
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    i have been searching for the answer to this problem for a few weeks now. Wifi not on, go to turn it on, "unable to scan for networks", turns off...
    i scoured forums trying to find the fix to this.
    tonight, finally, my problem is solved. i realize this may not fix a fraction of everyone's problems and that a lot of ppl probably don't even have this app, but what solved it for me was uninstalling Juice Defender. can't believe it was that simple. my wifi has stayed on, has recognized new networks, has recognized remembered networks. so at least try messing w/ your settings or newly installed apps.
     
  7. snapper.fishes

    snapper.fishes Well-Known Member
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    Nirv might be right. One of your apps might be messing with your wifi.
     
  8. micstewart

    micstewart Well-Known Member
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    I had the same problem with a Samsung Galaxy S Wifi after installing the WEfi app. unfortunately the only solution was to backup, then factory reset then re-install the apps that I really wanted. Wifi has worked since so definitely was the Wefi app. hope this helps.
     

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