Unfortunately, most of the time I can’t connect my FP3 to my wifi at home. It says “connected, no internet”. Three other wifi networks worked perfectly fine.
I already tried to switch from 802.11nbg to bg (as recommended with other wifi problems) and 802.11nac to na. I also tried to switch to 5 GHz or 2.4 GHz only and what was suggested here (apart from the last post), nothing worked.
Is there anything else I could try? I would be grateful for any ideas!
You don’t per chance block access to *.Google.com? There’s an address Android uses to check whether the wlan is open or whether there’s a page asking for credentials/correct behavior or whatever you have to accept
Thanks for your reply!
I’m not blocking it intentionally. How can I check if I do?
Would it be possible to block *.google.com and still have no connectivity problems with other wifis? Sometimes my FP3 connects to my wifi at home (automatically), but most of the time it doesn’t work.
Thanks for your help!
The OS version has been updated just recently. But changing the channel seems to do the trick! I forced my FP3 to connect to 5GHz only and changed the channel to 36. Now the wifi is fast and stable.
The only issue left is when I lose the wifi connection (happens upstairs), and come back downstairs (where the signal is good) the phone does not immediately connect me automatically. When I tried to connect manually it took a few times till it actually connected. But that is some fine-tuning I can work on later.