- 1 Why can’t I turn my Wi-Fi on?
- 2 Why can’t I turn on Wi-Fi on my iPhone?
- 3 Why is my Wi-Fi button grayed out?
- 4 How do I restart my Wi-Fi router?
- 5 How do I turn Wi-Fi on?
- 6 How do I force my iPhone to connect to Wi-Fi?
- 7 How do I know if my WiFi antenna is broken?
- 8 How do I fix my Wi-Fi connection?
- 9 Why won’t my iPhone connect to Wi-Fi all of a sudden?
- 10 Why Wi-Fi is not working on my phone?
- 11 Why is my iPhone Wi-Fi grayed out?
- 12 How do I fix greyed out Wi-Fi?
Why can’t I turn my Wi-Fi on?
Why can’t I turn on Wi-Fi on my iPhone?
How do I restart my Wi-Fi router?
- Unplug your router or modem from its power outlet (don’t just turn it off).
- Wait 15-20 seconds, then plug it back in.
- Allow the device a minute or two to turn back on.
How do I turn Wi-Fi on?
- Open the Settings app. It’s found in the apps drawer, but you’ll also find a shortcut in the quick actions drawer.
- Choose Wi-Fi or Wireless & Networks. …
- Choose a wireless network from the list. …
- If prompted, type the network password. …
- Touch the Connect button.
How do I force my iPhone to connect to Wi-Fi?
How do I know if my WiFi antenna is broken?
How do I fix my Wi-Fi connection?
- Make sure Wi-Fi is on. Then turn it off and on again to reconnect. Learn how to connect to Wi-Fi networks.
- Make sure Airplane mode is off. Then turn it on and off again to reconnect. …
- Press your phone’s power button for a few seconds. Then, on your screen, tap Restart .