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Default [Q] LG L7 wifi-connection problem

Hello guys,

A girlfriend bought an LG Optimus L7, First all was good and no problems.
last week she got an update and installed it.
After the installation she found out she has a problem wich i find it most defo odd...

Sometimes her wifi doesn't load the data , it says in wifi menu settings that she's connected to the wifi network but a system message tells her that the device has lost connection. She can't load anything that requires internet.
The wifi connection is good, minimal 3 bars. Even when the problem occurs.
To get the connection back she has to restart her phone at least three times


Device: LG Optimus L7
Andriod: 4.1.2
baseband: MSM7227A-AA
kernel: 3.40
buildnumber: JZ054K

As u can see this is a stock-rom device

Please can someone help me out?
 
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Hello guys,

A girlfriend bought an LG Optimus L7, First all was good and no problems.
last week she got an update and installed it.
After the installation she found out she has a problem wich i find it most defo odd...

Sometimes her wifi doesn't load the data , it says in wifi menu settings that she's connected to the wifi network but a system message tells her that the device has lost connection. She can't load anything that requires internet.
The wifi connection is good, minimal 3 bars. Even when the problem occurs.
To get the connection back she has to restart her phone at least three times


Device: LG Optimus L7
Andriod: 4.1.2
baseband: MSM7227A-AA
kernel: 3.40
buildnumber: JZ054K

As u can see this is a stock-rom device

Please can someone help me out?
Hello. This might be a problem caused by her router. Can you tell me what kind of router she has and/or her security access? With that I mean like WEP, WPA2-PSK, etcetera.
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