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Blind wifi-help please

26th January 2014, 11:09 PM |#1  
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I own a Note 3 N900A ATT and it will not connect to any network or see them , it seems to be blind.
My phone is not rooted yet, does it have anything to do with it?
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27th January 2014, 02:37 AM |#2  
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You do not have to be rooted to connect to WiFi. You might have to manually connect to Wi-Fi or do a factory reset.

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I own a Note 3 N900A ATT and it will not connect to any network or see them , it seems to be blind.
My phone is not rooted yet, does it have anything to do with it?
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30th January 2014, 12:22 AM |#3  
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Or you might have a phone with a bad wifi radio.

If you have a wifi router running in your house and you turn wifi on (on the phone), you should see the signal from the router within 5 seconds.

(Of course if there are no wifi routers in the vicinity you won't see any signals. You have to provide the wifi signal, the carrier doesn't. Some people think it just comes with the phone service.)
30th January 2014, 04:30 PM |#4  
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I own a Note 3 N900A ATT and it will not connect to any network or see them , it seems to be blind.
My phone is not rooted yet, does it have anything to do with it?
Help

Do you have wireless internet? Is the WiFi on your phone actually turned on?
31st January 2014, 12:50 AM |#5  
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I have this problem too. Glad to see you are unrooted and stock. I had deleted many .apk's and thought it was something I did.

Just get an app from the play store to fix it for the time being.
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You do not have to be rooted to connect to WiFi. You might have to manually connect to Wi-Fi or do a factory reset.

thanx i did a factory reset and it started "seeing" all networks available
24th February 2014, 03:45 PM |#7  
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Factory reset is a pain on the neck, I solved this issue by turning flight mode on, the restarting and as the phone restarts on flight mode I turned the wifi on and it sees everything now. give it a try

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I have this problem too. Glad to see you are unrooted and stock. I had deleted many .apk's and thought it was something I did.

Just get an app from the play store to fix it for the time being.

24th February 2014, 06:55 PM |#8  
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Factory reset is a pain on the neck, I solved this issue by turning flight mode on, the restarting and as the phone restarts on flight mode I turned the wifi on and it sees everything now. give it a try

Didn't work..
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