Android phones are impressive with many extraordinary features. But Android users frequently come across Wi-Fi connectivity issues on their Android phones or tablets. Here are a few solutions to resolve the fix Bluboo WiFi problems. This solution might be useful for every variant of Android devices. We can use the principle, “simple to complicated’ in listing the solutions to fix the problem.
Solutions for fix Bluboo WiFi problems!
Before going to the solutions, we need to check out why your Android devices are not connecting to the internet. There is no single reason for that, but we can classify them into four circumstances like :
- Network configurations like IP address and DHCP.
- Software and firmware mishap.
- Passwords and wrong information.
- Radio wave or Wi-Fi distribution.
So, What are the Solutions to fix Bluboo WiFi problems?
- You can Toggle your Wi-Fi by pulling down the notification bar and turning off your Wi-Fi icon for some time to switch it on after 5 minutes.
- Toggle the airplane or flight mode by switching on the airplane mode in the notification bar and then turning it off again.
- Check whether the Bluetooth icon is on. Bluetooth can hinder with Wi-Fi connections. In specific phones, it is noted that when the Bluetooth is turned on it will hitch the Wi-Fi connectivity. So turn off the Bluetooth in the notification bar and check whether the problem with Wi-Fi connectivity is fixed or not.
- Turn off the Power Saving mode. Since Wi-Fi is known to drain out your battery, it won’t work or connect when the power saving mode is on which is meant to save the battery by consuming less power. So make sure that you turn off the power saving mode to connect to Wi-Fi.
- Forget all Wi-Fi network details and start over again. Delete all the Wi-Fi networks saved on your device and give it a fresh start. But you should be sure about the details of Wi-Fi network to get connected. Go the settings > Connection > Wi-Fi > Select the networks you saved > Forget the network. After deleting the networks, you need to add the network you want to connect to the Wi-Fi settings.
- Enter correct password to connect to Wi-Fi networks.
- Make sure that you are connecting to the right network.
- Turn off the Smart Network Switch feature which is meant to automatically connect to the mobile data when the Wi-Fi connection is weak.
- Reboot your phone to solve some amount of Wi-Fi connectivity issues.
- Regularly update your IS which helps your device to work efficiently fixing bugs that prevent the device connecting to Wi-Fi.
- Turn the “Keep Wi-Fi on During sleep” in the Wi-Fi options to “always” to slice the problem of dropping the connection.
- If all the devices connected to the modem are not working, you can now check with restarting your modem to solve the Wi-Fi connections issues arising from problems in the modem.
- Update the third party apps you have downloaded to solve the Wi-Fi issues. If the problem persists even after updating, you need to uninstall or disable the app for the working Wi-Fi. To check whether the third-party apps are the real culprit you need to reboot your device to the safe mode, which will disable all the third party apps by taping and holding the power button.
- Check the settings of the wireless router to figure out whether you have dabbled with the settings ending up in blocking the device from connecting to Wi-Fi.
- The date and time of the device should be accurate to the current time zone and also to the router you try to connect with.
- Update the firmware of your modem to fix the Wi-Fi connectivity issues.
- You can also try removing the cache and data of Wi-Fi Direct. After clearing them to restart your device.
- Wipe the cache partition of your Android phone to create new cache files on your device. You can do this by switching off your device and then hold the volume down and home button together and then power on your device. Once you see the Android icon release the power button, but continue to hold the other two buttons till you see a menu on the screen. Select the wipe cache partition option and press the power button to confirm the selection. Then reboot your system and go back to the normal mode.
- Try resetting your Android device to factory settings.
Hope all these solutions will help to fix the Wi-Fi connectivity issues faced by all Android users. If you have any queries, feel free to ask via comment or contact us page.