BySophia Windsor 2017-09-15 4592
● Make sure your router can work well. Connect to Wi-Fi with another phone or device to see if the problem persists.
● If the problem disappears, there may be something wrong with your tablet. Try rebooting it.
● If reboot doesn't help, make sure both the Android and Windows System can connect to Wi-Fi. If neither of them fails, your tablet Wi-Fi hardware may be faulty. You need to send it back to the factory or have it repaired in a fix store. While if the Wi-Fi is just available to one of the system, try re-installing the problematic system for your tablet. (You can download the firmware from Teclast official website.)
● Conversely, if another phone or device also cannot connect to Wi-Fi, it may be the problem of your router. Try troubleshooting your Wi-Fi router through the following two aspects:
A. Your router may work into the infinite loop case. That means: get IP address - connect - get IP address..., but it is always unavailable. At this case, rebooting your router is a good way. Turn off the router firstly, and reboot it 10 minutes later.
B. Check if there are too many devices connecting to your Wi-Fi router. If so, you can set a static IP address for every device since this can greatly reduce the workload of Wi-Fi router.
● Try rebooting your tablet to see if the problem still persists.
● Bluetooth may weaken the Wi-Fi signal, so please turn off the Bluetooth when it is not in use.
● There may be some obstacles or metal objects between the Wi-Fi router and your tablet, such as a wall or metal compartment. These factors can also weaken the Wi-Fi signal. You had better keep your tablet close to the Wi-Fi router to see if the signal is better.
● Sometimes, many routers default to the same channel, which will cause much interference to the signal. That's one of the most important reasons for users suffering from slow Wi-Fi speeds. So try changing the channel your router uses:
A. Use a Wi-Fi analyzer software, such as the inSSIDer for Windows, or Wi-Fi Analyzer app for Android, to locate nearby networks and discover the less crowded channel.
B. Then switch your router to a channel that is not frequently used by other networks.
● If above solutions don't help, check if it is caused by router problem. Connect to Wi-Fi with another phone or tablet, if it is the same case, your Wi-Fi router may be broken. Just have it repaired or change a new one.
● If other devices can connect to your Wi-Fi, there may be a problem with Wi-Fi hardware on your tablet. Please send it back to the factory or ask for repair.
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