Windows 10 Mobile: How to fix Wi-Fi connection issues


#Microsoft #Windows10MobileWindows 10 Mobile: How to fix Wi-Fi connection issues : There could be several reasons if you are experiencing problems to connect to a Wi-Fi network on your Windows 10 Mobile devices. They might be due to issues in the router or even the phone not having the latest firmware.

IBTimes UK brings the top remedies to resolve the connection problems. Do try the following few things if you are not able to connect to the internet: Ensure that your Windows 10 Mobile is ruining on latest software update.

To fetch updates manually, go to Start, then select Settings>> Update & security >> Phone update >> Check for updates. If you cannot connect to a network that you have connected before, as a fix you should try to delete the network from phone and then try reconnecting.

For this go to Settings, select Network & wireless >> Wi Fi >> Manage >> press and hold the network name >> Delete. Now select your Wi-Fi network from the list of networks and try connecting again. It is important to note that the deleting a network will erase all other associated settings on phone.

If you don’t see any Wi-Fi network listed, you need to manually turn it on in Settings. Go to Settings >> Network & wireless>> Wi Fi, turn off Wi Fi networking and then turn it on again.

If you face problem connecting to a network that you have been using, try a different network. This will help you recognise whether the connection problem is with Wi-Fi in general or with a particular network.

Insert a SIM card in your phone if it does not have one. Note that some Wi-Fi features are limited to a country or region only and they might not be available for phone as it cannot get location information.

While trying to connect to Wi-Fi, disable Bluetooth. There might be some interference issue, as they both can operate on the same frequency. To turn off Bluetooth go to Settings then select Devices>> Bluetooth >> now turn it off.