My wifi connection stopped working a while ago. It doesn’t make matter which networks I am trying to connect to (home 2.4. and/or gHz) or at work or any “public” networks …
I continuously get an “authentication problem” error message. It makes no difference if I type in the login details …
This also means I can not install updates as they require a wifi connection if I recall correctly …
My specs are:
Android version 5.1
Android security patch: 5 March 2017
Build number: r4275.1_FP2_gms76_1.13.0
Well, one thing is that Android 6 is available for quite a while already. Does your Wifi connection not work for months already? I believe for Android 5 there won’t be further updates from Fairphone. For Apps from Google Play Store or F-Droid you can enable updates via mobile data, so if you intentionally want to stick to Android 5.1 you can still update.
I have to reboot my hotspot at home from time to time to allow connections again, maybe you can try this when you are certain that the entered credentials are correct.
This is unfortunately correct. I just did not have time to look into the issue. So are you suggesting to upgrade to android 6 via play store?
thanks for the help.
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