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  • DoesApplelisten Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm experiencing the same problem.  I know how to fix anything on my Windows and Open Source Linux machines, but this is my first Apple product.  I have no idea what to do.  Do we just wait for Apple to see these posts?  Do they actually listen to their users and provide fixes since we can't do anything about it ourselves?

    I'm very frustrated.  Great looking machine, but looks can't fix my wifi problem.

  • Touti Caniello Level 1 (0 points)

    I think it's a bit disappointing and tota let down from Apple if they are not trying to find a fix to this widespread wifi-not-connecting-after-sleep issue.

    I've tried all suggestions on this thread as well as existing others (this one being probably the longest one) but to not avail.

    Everytime, I'll have to delete the password first in the Keychain and then delete all the .plist in Library then reboot and try to reconnect after a couple of attempts.

    Tim Cook > Steve wouldn't have been happy with this issue if he had a MacBook Pro at home. Please ask your engineer and technical team to fix ASAP.


  • templeofdoom Level 1 (15 points)

    Similar issue, though in my case wifi drops randomly. Other computers in the house run fine (no mavericks), but my Mavericks iMac will suddenly not recognize the connection at seemingly random times. I check the wifi control panel and it reports a good connection, but regardless I have to switch wifi off and on to regain the connection.

  • Ben Busch Level 1 (55 points)

    Nothing? No solution, no work-around, nothing? This is a sad state of affairs for Apple. This release and the previous release of OS X have been huge failures for me. What's the point of beta testing if you can't work out the bugs before your final release? Why can't you respond to a critical mass of customers suffering from a widespread critical system error in a timely fashion? My incentive to buy another Mac just dropped exponentially.

  • Shelley Lee Level 1 (0 points)

    My wifi reconnection problem seems solved after disabling Bluetooth, after testing it several time and wake MBA 2013 from sleep, wifi works fine!

  • iharosi Level 1 (0 points)

    Yes me to, but I need to use bluetooth for my magic mouse, because I usally use my rMBP in closed clamshell mode with two external display. Beside that it's not a proper way if something's not working we disable it. Apple needs to fix this as soon as possible. I can't downgrade my OS to ML because there are some Apps which is not down comaptible (like iPhoto). :-/

  • intraintel Level 1 (0 points)

    I am facing this issue almost for two months without any solution. I tried all the solutions posted in this and other half a dozen related discussions but could not get a solution. Only option left for me to go back to montain loin but understand that it is not so straight forward. I can't belive the apathy from Apple support in addressing this critical issue which is making our work life miserable.

  • iharosi Level 1 (0 points)

    Oh and sometimes my coreudio won't work after waking up my mbp from sleep. Genius.

  • wifiguru Level 2 (240 points)

    Have you guys tried one of the following:

    - Turn Keychain syncing off and check if issue still exists ?
    - Delete the network and its credentials from Keychain Access and then re-join the network ?

    - Make sure your router has the latest firmware upgrade ?


    What wireless router are you guys using ?

  • DoesApplelisten Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank you for the advice, but I need keychain syncing.  That was the whole reason I upgraded to this new Apple OS that supports keychain syncing. 

    Router is good to go.  I work on network equipment for a living and verified it and all components of my network (which includes Windows and Linux machines that have no problems).  The OS services need to maintain the connection or reestablish the connection when the mac comes out of sleep mode.  It is definitely an OS problem in this case.

  • DoesApplelisten Level 1 (0 points)

    Wow! No bluetooth for my iMAC...then how do I use the bluetooth keyboard and magic mouse that came with it???  Loose bluetooth to sync my iPhone?  Sorry, but I won't be disabling bluetooth to fix my WiFi issue. 

  • DaverYYC Level 1 (0 points)

    I deleted all the remembered networks in settings, renewed the DHCP lease, reconnected to my wifi, turned off Keychain syncing (in iCloud settings) and lastly restarted my new MacBook Air (Mavericks) and wifi has been pretty solid since then (7 days ago).  But just today I noticed the wifi "dozes off" from time to time for a few seconds and then snaps back to life.  I have not had to "turn wifi off and on" for awhile now, but it's no where near as stable as pre-Mavericks.  No bluetooth devices are connected so I can't comment on that. 

  • Shelley Lee Level 1 (0 points)

    Hi wifigurg,


    Yeah, I tried these steps but didn't work, and I even tried to reset SMC and PRAM and not working neigher.


    My router is D-Link DI-524, kinna a old model but it works fine before upgrading to Mavericks.


    After turned off Bluethooth and wifi auto connection works fine so far.

  • wifiguru Level 2 (240 points)


    what Bluetooth devices are you using ?

  • sw6lee Level 1 (0 points)

    People who are saying turning off bluetooth, or reseting SMC works, It does NOT work for me. I believe the problem will also come back for you guys as well. My case for the wifi problem is that, it sometimes doesn't connet after waking up, but it sometimes works fine. It's hit and miss. And it's the same, nothing changed, after turning off bluetooth and reseting SMC. I haven't tried turning off keychain, because I need this feature for sure. I hope Apple addresses this issue as soon as possible. It's annoying as HE**.

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