i know that it seems to be a common bug but i've found a lot of complaining about it but no solutions, so i hope i'm gonna be more lucky opening a more recent post.
I was using Paranoid Android 3.99 (based on Jelly Bean 4.3) and then yesterday i decided to come back to Android AOSP stock in order to upgrade to KitKat 4.4.2.
I followed this procedure that is the official Google procedure, by the way.
I've wiped everything, including SD Card, and flashed every piece of the stock KitKat 4.4.2 for Nexus 4 (Android 4.4.2 KOT49H): boot, bootloader, flash, radio, system, userdata and recovery.
Now, i'm not able to connect to the wireless of my office that is protected with 802.1 EAP (PEAP + MSCHAPV2). The authentication is passed but then i get stuck at "obtaining IP address" and after a few attempts i receive the message "network disabled poor connection".
Once every 1000 attempts, i am able to connect successfully.
The signal is excellent, i'm really close to the access point.
I'm the only having this problem; we have a lot of Android phones and iPhones and they all work great.
I can't use a static IP address and i can't change the router/access point settings.
I have no problem with domestic wireless, protected with WPA or WPA2 PSK. I've tested 2 different wifi.
I had no problem with Jelly Bean AOSP stock or Paranoid.
Maybe a different radio?
I really don't want to wipe and flash everything back the second time in a couple of days. It's frustrating.
Thank you in advance.