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MarceloFialho Level 1 Level 1

Sep 19, 2012 4:46 PM (in response to sgoldhorn)

 

HELLO FOLKS!!! I THINK I'VE FIGURED OUT HOW TO OVERCOME THIS ISSUE! SORRY ABOUT THE CAPS ON!!! 1 - DISABLE CELLULAR DATA AND 3G AND WIFI -

         2 - TURN ON YOUR WIFI ONLY! REPEAT...WIFI ONLY

          3 - TURN ALL YOUR CELLULAR STUFF BACK ON AGAIN

          4 - SMILE...YOU GOT YOUR STUFF BACK IN BUSINESS AGAIN!!!!! THESE STEPS SHOULD RESOLVE THE PROBLEM.

 

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iPhone 4S, iOS 6
  • Gbranger Level 1 Level 1

    I did the same thing before I saw your post. Works!

  • _rbx_ Level 1 Level 1

    With Wifi Enabled, Make A FaceTime Call, Attach to Your Network When Asked to Do So, Voila

    Will Connect to Your WiFi Network From Now On

  • spupilup1 Level 1 Level 1

    None of these recommendations worked for my 4S. 

  • DanHattam Level 1 Level 1

    I made my phone forget my wifi network and then logged onto it again and was fixed for me.

  • crtxn1 Level 1 Level 1

    This worked for me!

  • G8YTZ Level 1 Level 1

    In Wi-Fi settings... Switching the Proxy to Auto fixed it for me on New iPad and iPhone 4S (UK)

     

    Justin.

  • gudboyarl Level 1 Level 1

    ive restored the the iOS6 on my 4S and to no avail, my wifi issues still prevail. done everyhing what everybody is saying here... Apple, fix this problem!

  • Martin Kelly1 Level 1 Level 1

    Sorry Marcelo, but it didn't bring back my smile. Same problem still exists, can see my network but just get the spinning wheel of desperation and no connection. Have tried all the methods suggested on the pages and others.

     

    Really disappointed at the total lack of support from all the High Level guys, almost as if Apple have told them to not help. Look on thsee pages no one above level 3. Why

  • CesarRafael Level 1 Level 1

    Hi Guys,

    Same problem here using iPhone 4... it seems to be connecting to the Network but, in fact, it doesn't.... Tried everything on this trhead to no avail.

     

    Hope Apple can fix this.

  • Pappasbike Level 3 Level 3

    G8YTZ wrote:

     

    In Wi-Fi settings... Switching the Proxy to Auto fixed it for me on New iPad and iPhone 4S (UK)

     

    Justin.

    This also fixed it for us. Afterward I went back and switched the the setting back to "Off" which I believe is the default and wifi now continues to work without problems.

  • Martin Kelly1 Level 1 Level 1

    Thanks Pappa, didn't do it for me, I see your the highest level fixer dealing with this problem, where have all the high level support disappeared to??

  • Fudgeface007 Level 1 Level 1

    i can't click on any connection...can't flip the switch to turn WiFi from Off to On. It's greyed/disabled.I I can't toggle WiFi to "On"??

  • bEDROCKvANDIT@dEEPhOUSEpROGRESSIVEorgasm€in£your¥ear Level 1 Level 1

    hello iPhoners   no problem here but just thinkin u pay hella money every month to Verizon  AT&amp;T  or whomever u pay  make them earn it   call or go in and make them

    fix it   Verizon had always fixed whatever problem I have had in the past 12 yrs without so much as a raised eyebrow!  shattered my screen last week  instead of letting me file insurance to get a new phone  (180$)  guy sends me to an awesome store that replaced my broken screen with a sick *** new blue screen for 90$  !  just sayin we pay em alot of money over the yrs  make em earn it    we r their customers   without us there is no

    them!  

  • Jamie Hatzis Level 1 Level 1

    I have a different problem all together. I had no issues connecting to all my old wifi networks on my iphone 4s or ipad. My issue is I cannot connect to FB, Twitter, Path etc over my carriers 3G network. I can only connect via wifi. Anyone else hear of this problem??

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