Originally Posted by dannytanky
Wifi turns off by itself about 3 minutes after connecting to a network. At times it even reboots itself trying to turn wifi off. Sometimes it even cant detect a wifi signal even though its within strong signal range.
Tried full wipe and reflash stock firmware but to no avail.
Do you guys reckon its a hardware fault?
It could be, but what firmware/kernel version are you using? Wifi is a kernel issue, not a ROM issue per se, but if you are using a custom ROM and custom recovery, you could have flashed it with the wrong recovery and ended up with this sort of mess.
Most common scenario?
Flashing custom ROM with TWRP or the wrong version of PhilZ recovery or even an older version of CWM.
of these can screw up your device.
PHONE: Samsung Galaxy Note III (SM-N900)
ROM: [JellyBean][4.3]Stock N900UBUCMJ7 CF-ROOT
RECOVERY: TWRP 220.127.116.11
WARRANTY BIT: 1
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