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My Wi-Fi doesn't work after the phone comes from suspension/deep sleep. The icon appears and it appears to be connected to the network, but then I test and have no connection. This is random, doesn't always happen, but yet happens often.

I'm on franco kernel r33 and stock ROM.

Is this a device issue?

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My Wi-Fi doesn't work after the phone comes from suspension/deep sleep. The icon appears and it appears to be connected to the network, but then I test and have no connection. This is random, doesn't always happen, but yet happens often.

I'm on franco kernel r33 and stock ROM.

Is this a device issue?

Enviado do meu Nexus 5 através de Tapatalk
Im on stock rom and Franco kernal r33 also and I have same issue
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My Wi-Fi doesn't work after the phone comes from suspension/deep sleep. The icon appears and it appears to be connected to the network, but then I test and have no connection. This is random, doesn't always happen, but yet happens often.

I'm on franco kernel r33 and stock ROM.

Is this a device issue?

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Im on stock rom and Franco kernal r33 also and I have same issue
You both have Franco kernel. Why don't one of you go back to the stock kernel (don't forget to rename those two files)? I noticed some wifi weirdness with r32, but never had any connection issues.
 

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I believe this doesn't happen with every Wi-Fi connection. I don't know why it happens on this phone but not in others though. The problem is on the phone, not on the router.

Anyone else had this?
 
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Update router firmware and select 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz on your phone.

N5 has wireless AC chip so its different from your other phones.

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Update router firmware and select 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz on your phone.

N5 has wireless AC chip so its different from your other phones.

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I've selected 2.4GHz since that's the frenquency my router uses but still the problem keeps on happening.
 
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Is there any way to determine if it's my device acting out or the router?
 
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This seems to be a kernel issue. I flashed back stock kernel and the problem is gone.
 
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I was wrong. The problem still happens with stock kernel. Please help me, do I need RMA?

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