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Author Topic: Wifi stuck after 4.4.2 OTA  (Read 1713 times)


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Wifi stuck after 4.4.2 OTA
« on: March 30, 2014, 02:38:33 AM »
After I had the OTA update for android 4.4.2. The wifi button at the notification bar keep flashing.
At the WIFI setting it say Turning ON wifi...  and I can't turn in off or on. It simply stuck on this state.
Reset to the phone solve the problem, but it wifi problem come back.

I'm not rooted.

Any idea how to solve this?


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Re: Wifi stuck after 4.4.2 OTA
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2014, 06:36:46 AM »
I have moved this post to the G2 Help forum.

I assume this wi-fi issue is on your home network.  Does this also occur on other wi-fi networks, such as at a friend's, or at free wi-fi hotspots such as coffee shops, library, etc.?  This will help narrow down if it is a problem between your G2 and a particular network or all networks.

Next, does this stuck wi-fi state also occur when you are away from the wi-fi network?  That is, if you try to turn on wi-fi when you are nowhere near your usual wi-fi network, does it also get stuck?  If no, then you should be able to delete ("forget") your wi-fi connections and then set them up again when you are next near your usual network.  If yes, then it's definitely an issue with the OS upgrade on your G2 if wi-fi won't even turn on when there are no wi-fi networks in range.

To save us some back and forth time, what model is your G2?  Who is your carrier?  What make and model is your wi-fi router?  What band is your router?  (802.11 g, or n, or ac and on what band, 2.4 ghz or 5.0 ghz).  Does your SSID have any special characters or spaces in the name?  What security protocols are you using (WPA, WPA2, WEP, etc.)?
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