Root Wifi disconnected at lock screen

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by noamsheffi, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. noamsheffi

    noamsheffi New Member
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    Hi All

    It seems that I have problem to leave Wifi on in order to get skype & SIP calls when the screen shutoff (black screen / idle)
    I changed the "wifi sleep policy " to never but still i cant get incoming calls

    I tested it several time even tried to ping it but it seems that it is disconnects after the screen shutoff

    I would appreciate your help


    Thank you

    Noam
     

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  2. rori

    rori Well-Known Member
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    Go to:
    ->Settings
    ->Wireles&Netw....
    ->Wi-Fi settings
    ->select your connection and hold it
    ->change password
    ->set Security from Auto to your router settings ;)
    ->Save :)
     
  3. noamsheffi

    noamsheffi New Member
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    same result.....
    I can ping it while the screen is on but the second that the screen lock (turn to black / sleep mode ) it stop until i open it (the N1 is still connected to the access point but no traffic is transmitted )
    the wireless nic is also at sleep mode !!!

    I found an workaround by leaving the screen on but it isnt the right solution for that problem
     
  4. noisemonkey

    noisemonkey Active Member
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    I'm having a similar issue.. have tried wifi fixer, currently checking out static wifi which seems to help...
     
  5. noamsheffi

    noamsheffi New Member
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    i found workaround that works

    you will need to download & install "screenmodewidget" and choose to keep the screen active all time , now open clock and press on dim option (top - right icon)

    now the screen will go almost off but the wifi is still running perfectly (you be able to get incoming voip/skype calls)
     
  6. resplendent2209

    resplendent2209 New Member
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    Is that what you call a solution?

    I will be sending the device back to HTC on Monday. I am fed up of this WiFi issue.
     
  7. MothBox

    MothBox New Member
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    If you go into the Wi-Fi settings, bring up advanced, and the Wi-Fi sleep policy. Change the option to Never.
     
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