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  1. EvoInAz

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    I am using a Netgear WNDR3400 wireless router at home. It is setup to do both G and N. My EVO is rooted running More Freedom with Mik3DB1. My wifes EVO is completely stock and unrooted. Both phones have the same issue. When connected to WiFi if you go to the settings for WiFi you can see the phone is connected it will then disconnect, obtain new ip, and say connected again. This cycle repeats over and over a couple of times a minute or so. You can watch it happen on both phones but not at the same time on both phones. This does not happen when I am connected to WiFi at work. I constantly get web page unavailable msgs when browsing and when I retry it works. I believe this issue is what is causing that. I see no errors on my router and my other wireless computers and devices have no problem at all, only the EVO phones. Has anyone seen this before or have any ideas?
     

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    huh never had any issues with wifi on mik3d. try wiping dalvik cache and cache. or maybe re-flash the rom. also maybe try and reset the router.
     
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    I don't think it is the ROM. My wifes unrooted stock evo does the same thing.
     
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    well the gingerbread update does not support wireless n. not sure on the latest ota if it has the support back in it or not. unplug and plug the router back in.
     
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    I have rebooted the router, checked settings etc. I have it set to connect either G or N. Mik3D with More Freedom support wireless N. My wifes evo connects at wireless G speeds. All other devices work perfectly. Very strange.
     
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    I disabled the UPnP in the router and all is well. Things that make you go hmmmm lol
     
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    thanx for the update. that is interesting indeed. glad you got it working.
     
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