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Question: WiFi button greyed out. How can I fix this?

Last night I updated to the 11.3 iOS. My WiFi and bluetooth were working fine. Upon waking up this morning I have to open my phone to finish the installation of the new software update. However it would not let me pass the WiFi Network selection. I turned off my phone to try again and simply decided to skip the choosing network thinking I could add it from the settings app. However, when I try to select to turn on the WiFi button, it is greyed Out and does not allow me to do anything! Please help.


Also, the Bluetooth when turned on just keeps spinning.

iPhone 7, iOS 11.3

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Try If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch won’t connect to a Wi-Fi network - Apple Support.


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Apr 21, 2018 7:18 AM in response to Mmerced83 In response to Mmerced83

Step 7 really ought to have done it. The next option might be to backup, restore as a new device and test, then restore your backup. However I appreciate that is a bit of a chore. You might want to try resetting the network settings once more before going down that road.


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