Check tips, tricks & DIY guide on how you can resolve Wi-Fi connections, tethering issues on your Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Phone & tablet.
Smartphones are not just only meant to be device for communication only, they can be used for several other purposes like searching the web, playing games, taking notes, watching movies and supports multi-tasking as well. All these might require your internet connection to be stable, it doesn’t matter whether you are using Wi-Fi or mobile data.
Consumers prefer to use Wi-Fi connection than Mobile data because it’s more stable and gives you faster download and upload speeds. While you are in Office or at home, your device will save those frequent Wi-Fi access points once to reach a particular area of vicinity. For those who have upgraded to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean might be facing issues with Wi-Fi on their device and many people have complained with their Nexus 4, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Galaxy S4 being the victims.
Wi-Fi connection has been issues with Android phones with custom firmware but with official Android 4.3 Jelly Bean release the issues is happening again for the some users. The common complaint is when the users take the device beyond the Wi-Fi network range and once then come back within the vicinity, they are unable to automatically connect to the network.
Solution & Fix
This problem can be easily solved by toggling the Wi-Fi network. So turn off your Wi-Fi and then Turn it ON back, you will see that issue will be fixed. Although this might be a smaller issue and requires no special treatment, some people might feel it annoying because people who use both data connection and Wi-Fi, this could easily lead to higher data usage on your cellular connection. Also when Wi-Fi doesn’t get connected automatically, both Wi-Fi and Data options are ON – leading to more battery consumption.
If the issues still persists, you might need to wait for a bug fix issue or Android 4.3.1 Jelly Bean firmware update.