02-28-2012 9:28 PM
I am also having this issue. This has never happened prior to updating to 2.3.6.
Because of using data without realizing I had been disconnected from my WiFi, I am now in danger of eclipsing my data limit. I'm starting to smell a conspiracy... =/
02-28-2012 11:59 PM
02-29-2012 10:27 AM
02-29-2012 1:00 PM
02-29-2012 2:55 PM
I have the same issue. I use a d-link router. I also experience connection issues wirh a bluetooth headset any time wifi is turned on.
03-01-2012 6:37 AM
03-01-2012 10:22 AM
Hello Dudes... Got the solution for the problem.. I have also experianced the same problem for the past one month. but today i have solved the problem..
The solution is, please update the firmware version of the router you are using for the Wi-Fi. we must be using the latest firmware version. I am in touch with the Motorola for the past 4 days and they have suggested me few things..
1. Check the wi-fi sleep policy of the mobile (advanced options in wi-fi settings), and change it to never,
2. Check connectivity with another router,
3. Check the firmware version of the router you are using, and update it to the latest version.
the third one work perfectly for me.
Thank you Motorola
03-01-2012 7:36 PM
03-02-2012 6:34 AM
This fix won't work for me either, as I'm not using a router. There is a definite problem on the phone side whereby the phone stops sending and receving data. The H+ logo turns grey, and the arrows are no longer blue, but dark grey. Sometimes I have to reboot the phone to get it to begin transferring data again.
03-03-2012 2:37 AM
I have a Belkin N router and tried everything you listed above except number 2. My sleep policy was already set to "never" and my router's up to date (firmware version 4.00.05). I have a feeling it won't matter what router I use-I'll still continue to have issues. I also have connectivity issues with the 4g network as well. The only thing I'm wondering at this point is whether or not I can revert back to 2.3.4 since I don't think a resolution is in the near future. Any thoughts?
Okay. I changed the DHCP time to '2days' from 'forever' and so far, so good. I've been connected via wifi for about 15 minutes now with no connectivity problems. This seems to be a band aid and no real, true solution. My question now is, will I have to punch in the security password every 2 days when I want to connect to this specific router now since the DCHP time is set to 2 days?
03-03-2012 8:37 AM