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Tips: how to fix Motorola Droid BIONIC WiFi issue

Posted in: NewsSeptember 26, 2011
Tips: how to fix Motorola Droid BIONIC WiFi issue

Tips: how to fix Motorola Droid BIONIC WiFi issue


Motorola Droid BIONIC WiFi issue,

bionic wifi keeps dropping,

bionic can’t connect to internet

Motorola Droid BIONIC WiFi issue generally perform several different cases. Sometimes, you have properly set the right key configured on the router but you are unable to establish connection, sometimes the wifi connection keeps dropping that makes you crazy, what is more, it can not  connect to Internet. First of all, let us talk how to fix when you can not establish connection with your Droid BIOINC device.

Listing tips do not mean that we have the best solutions, we just provide reference. You might as well contact with Verizon Service or consult your user guide.

  1. Try to perform Menu > Settings > Wireless & networks > Touch and hold network > Forget network to forget the conncetion so that you can reinitialize with the router to re-scan for available networks and re-establish connection
  2. If your are using the WEP encryption, check to make sure that the key configured on the router matches the key entered on the phone
  3. Re-enter the key on the phone to match the key configured on the router. Make sure that the encryption type and security settings match on the router and phone.
  4. The wireless network you’re attempting to connect to may be configured for static IP addresses only. Check with the system administrator for an IP address assignment.
  5. Unplug the power from your router, turn the phone off. Plug back in your router first, then wait for 1 minute and then turn on your phone.
  6. Check the signal bar to ensure you have strong connection. It will make difference when you have weak signal.

Ok, do these help for you? If they do, kindly please share on Facebook to let others know and benefit.

Next, you will get the other two solutions concerning you can not connect to internet or your conncetion keeps dropping.

Perhaps, you have your own best solutions. Let us know how you make things different.

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  • My Bionic doesnt connect to my home wifi either. This is a very frustrating issue.

    Comment by Jorell — September 30, 2011

  • yeah, we couldn’t agree with you any more…it would kill me that the connection fails continually when i am browsing web pages or updating few info online. so have you read these solutions we provided here. As your case, we suggest you refer to can’t connect to internet. if these solution still work nothing helpful, let us know so that we will research the better solution with our experienced team workers.

    Comment by verizon-cellphones — October 1, 2011

  • Try changing your router to bg mode only. Turn off n on the router. That fixed my problem.

    Comment by ToS — October 27, 2011

  • ok, thanks for your suggestion.

    Comment by verizon-cellphones — October 28, 2011

  • In my opinion there is a software fault in the wifi driver. My Bionic initially had this unstable wifi issue. But after a system update the problem was solved. Unfortunately the most recent system update 5.9.902.XT875 has caused the issue to return. Very frustrating… usually power cycling my router allows my Bionic to connect, but the problem returns withing hours.

    Comment by Joe — September 6, 2012

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