N/APosted on - 06/17/2012
After upgrading my HTC Flyer from Android Gingerbread version 2.3.3 to Android Honeycomb version 3.2, I am experiencing problems with wifi connectivity. The wifi connects upon switching "ON" and then drops the connection automatically after a few minutes. I even tried to fetch the Logcat but can not recognise the problem. Can someone suggest a solution?
Wifi issues on HTC Flyer.
If you want to use Wi-Fi, you have to entrance to a wireless access point. Wi-Fi signal will vary depending on objects.
Go to Home screen then click, and then click on tap Settings, and then click on Wireless and Networks. Now click on turn Wi-Fi on.
HTC Flyer scans for wireless networks. If you don’t discover wireless network which you want, then you have to manually add it.Type the Wi-Fi network you want to connect.
You have to require install a network certificate before fix to a Wi-Fi network. Save the certificate file to the root folder. Go to Home screen and click and then click on tap Setting, and then click on Security.
And then click on Turn on Wi-Fi to entrance on a wireless connection.
I hope you will get help after completing these steps.