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Wednesday, December 31st, 2014 4:51 PM

Nexus 6 Corporate Wi-Fi and Rebooting Problems

Hi, I am almost out of data because my Nexus 6 cannot connect to WiFi at 2 different locations in which I work. Both of these locations use Cisco wireless access points. I read that this is a known problem on Android 5.0 and I want to know what my options may be (Fix in Store, Refund, Exchange, etc.)? This is a major inconvenience and can potentially cost me more money in the long run. Also, like others, my phone reboots about 2 x per day.

ACE - Sage

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9 years ago

I can't help with the reboot issue, that is one for repair services. (If you do ship your phone out to repair, please pack carefully and shop with full insurance.)

Connecting to public wifi still requires an agreement to terms of service. You should be redirected to a website after being told you are connected, check the box agreeing to TOS, then you can connect.

Most mobile devices can save a limited number of wifi access points. Mine saves 10. If you have maxed out, delete seldom used wifi from the settings.
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