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By jc0187, Member on 11th July 2014, 03:51 PM
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11th July 2014, 04:57 PM |#11  
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I want to confirm if there is something wrong with your radio signal. Maybe it isnt just your wifi.

OK. How would I do that?
 
 
11th July 2014, 05:01 PM |#12  
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OK. How would I do that?

Just send a sms or call your nexus 4.
11th July 2014, 05:03 PM |#13  
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Just send a sms or call your nexus 4.

OK. Have to install Sim card.
11th July 2014, 05:31 PM |#14  
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I bet its not the phone but the router. have you tried turning off the router for 3 minutes, then turning it back on?
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11th July 2014, 05:56 PM |#15  
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I bet its not the phone but the router. have you tried turning off the router for 3 minutes, then turning it back on?

I believe you were spot on about that. I tried calling and SMS, all worked but still no WiFi activity. I did as you suggested and so far it worked. Thank you. Its just odd how all of my devices worked on my WiFi, but not my N4. Odd.
11th July 2014, 06:49 PM |#16  
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I believe you were spot on about that. I tried calling and SMS, all worked but still no WiFi activity. I did as you suggested and so far it worked. Thank you. Its just odd how all of my devices worked on my WiFi, but not my N4. Odd.

this thread, well almost identical to it, i must have read 50+ times over the last 6 years, lol. and the answer is almost always the router itself, where a simple reboot of the router fixes the problem
11th July 2014, 07:05 PM |#17  
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this thread, well almost identical to it, i must have read 50+ times over the last 6 years, lol. and the answer is almost always the router itself, where a simple reboot of the router fixes the problem

I know. I should have tried the obvious. Thanks for the help though.
11th July 2014, 07:31 PM |#18  
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I know. I should have tried the obvious. Thanks for the help though.

no problem
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