phone not automatically connecting to wifi after waking up


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  1. AsianSensation

    AsianSensation Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi guys, I don't know if this is a common problem with the Behold 2 or not, but my phone isn't automatically reconnecting to wifi after waking up from sleep. I have to manually toggle the wifi switch to off and then back on for it to reconnect. I'm using Warheads Rom with new kernal if that helps at all. Anyone else have this problem and know any possible fixes?
     

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  2. BH_MAN

    BH_MAN Well-Known Member

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    We all have this Problem... It's been a Issue since 1.6 leaked / ported.
    We are all in the same boat...
     
  3. AsianSensation

    AsianSensation Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    ah ok, just wanted to make sure that it wasn't just me. It's no big deal. Thanks again for all your hard work BH_Man. This Warhead rom has been my favorite so far and has been moving blazingly fast. Can't wait for your 2.1 rom.
     
  4. cheenachatze

    cheenachatze Well-Known Member

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    There are several free applications in the market that address this issue. Try KeepWiFi or WiFi Buddy.
     
  5. AsianSensation

    AsianSensation Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    does using a program like lock wifi drain the battery significantly faster since its always connected to wifi? or is the difference not that noticeable?
     
  6. psz

    psz Well-Known Member

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    Having WiFi on, but not connected, also uses battery. So in that regard, no: It probably doesn't use much more. Turning WiFi off if you're not actively using WiFi is always the best situation.
     

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