I'm fast developing a love/hate relationship with my Galaxy note. I've finally switched over from a geriatric iPhone 3G and generally very happy except for using wifi. I can connect to my home network, but the majority of networks result in identifying and connecting to the wifi - but it constantly searches for the ip address and says 'wifi disabled'. I've found one workaround, but it's not perfect. This is to manually enter the IP Address, Gateway, DNS settings etc but to add 1 to the last number in the IP address and switch on static IP. But it doesnt store those details in relation to this uses that setting for every wifi network and there's no way of getting hold of the details in public or hotel wifi networks etc without carrying my iphone around to find wifi network details then loading them into the Note. Other things I've tried Flight mode on/off factory reset Toggling wifi sleep policy Using Opera instead of the proprietary software Swearing at it None of these have worked, meanwhile the old 3G still connects perfectly to every wifi network I've asked it to. Some googling suggets this isn't an uncommon problem, but it seems a pretty serious drawback to android. Any suggestions?