Since some month or so my FP2 often has difficulties connecting to the present wifi network. From the list of available networks it’s obvious that it suffers from a strange little nostalgia, since the listed networks are all just but remembered from a previous location. Now, for example, I’m at home but I’m using mobile data since the phone refuses to realize that the list of available networks is obsolete.
What exactly does it say in Settings - About phone - Build number?
Assembly number? R0F400AUE
Not quite … different approach: Are you using Fairphone OS or Fairphone Open OS? Which version?
I don’t know! I’m sorry but the question makes no sense to me, I’m no tech… Never heard about FP open… It’s Android 7.1.2. and version 18.09.2…
Btw, the keyboard is covering the text when I’m writing this now…
That was his idea, to find out which operating system (also in relation of Android version) you are using.
So as it seems it’s Android 7. It actually (still) has issues with reconnecting to known wifi networks. This is one among other bugs which still has to be fixed.
In this forum we have a topic about the most annoying bugs, yours should also be covered here.
More about the remaining bugs is available on the bug tracker.
Btw. Fairphone itself not only ships/maintains the known Android xx operating system but also a “Google” less OS offering root rights called Fairphone Open OS (FPOOS) while the classical Android is abbreviated here as FPOS.
Ok. Because of the version number we now know you have the current version of Fairphone OS, so there’s no update available which could help you.
Fairphone Open OS is Fairphone’s Android variant without pre-installed Google Apps and services.
It might partly behave and look differently compared to Fairphone OS, so it always helps to know which OS we are talking about.
Ok, thanks, now I understand the situation! I’ll survive the issue!
Having exactly this problem here. Been out, failed to connect to pub WiFi (not for lack of trying); came home, network list refuses to refresh, only solution is a reboot. Pathetic.
Have you tried to dis- and reenable wifi? It works for me when my FP2 refuses to connect to known wifi-networks
Yes I tried that. It came on again with the same old list
It’s done it again. I definitely have an FP2 that doesn’t refresh its WiFi list. Reboot every time. Very bad.
Other faults include painfully slow response at times, making it difficult to unlock or type.
Beginning to regret my FP2