The #LG #QStylus is a mid-range Android smartphone first released in August 2018 and is known for having a stylus included. This device MIL-STD-810G compliant and has an IP68 certification. It has a 6.2 inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels. Under the hood is a Mediatek MT6750 processor which when paired with 4GB of RAM allows the device to run apps smoothly. Although this is a solid performing phone there are instances when certain issues can occur which we will be addressing today. In this latest installment of our troubleshooting series we will tackle the LG Q Stylus won’t connect to Wi-Fi issue.
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How To Fix The LG Q Stylus Won’t Connect To Wi-Fi Issue
Before you do any of the recommended troubleshooting steps on this phone it’s best to make sure that it is running on the latest software version. If an update is available then I suggest that you download and install it first. You can connect your phone to a computer with the latest version of the LG PC Suite software running to get the update.
Don’t forget to turn on the phone Wi-Fi switch
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Your device will have a Wi-Fi switch which needs to be in the on position in order for it to search and connect to a Wi-Fi network. You might have forgotten to turn on this switch making it seem that there is a problem. Make sure to turn this switch on and also make sure that the airplane mode is not active.
- From the Home screen, tap Settings.
- Tap the ‘Networks’ tab.
- Tap the Wi-Fi switch to the ON setting.
Check if the issue still occurs.
Check if this is a router problem
Sometimes the problem is not with the phone but with the router it is trying to connect to. It’s best to start the troubleshooting by eliminating the router as a possible cause of the problem. Can other devices connect to the Wi-Fi network? Have you tried checking the router settings (MAC filtering) if it has blocked your phone from connecting? The quickest way to check if this is a router related problem is to connect your phone to a different Wi-Fi network.
Perform a soft reset
Refreshing the phone software will usually fix minor software glitches that could be causing this problem. To perform this procedure just press and hold the Power button and Volume Down until the device powers off, approximately 8 seconds, then release. Once this is done try connecting to the Wi-Fi network.
Reset the phone network settings
This is usually done whenever the phone is having a problem connecting to a data network. The following changes will occur on your phone.
- Stored Wi-Fi networks will be deleted.
- Paired Bluetooth devices will be deleted.
- Background data sync settings will be turned on.
- Data restrictive settings in applications that were manually turned on/off by the customer will be reset to the default setting.
- Network selection mode will be set to automatic.
To reset the network settings of your device:
- From the Home screen, Settings.
- Tap the ‘General’ tab.
- Tap Restart & reset > Network settings reset > RESET SETTINGS > Reset Settings.
- A ‘Network settings have been reset’ message briefly flashes to indicate the reset is complete.
Try connecting to the Wi-Fi network.
Start the phone in Safe Mode
There are cases when an app you downloaded from the Google Play Store will cause the LG Q Stylus won’t connect to Wi-Fi issue on the phone when it is installed. To check if an app you downloaded is causing the problem you will have to start the phone in Safe Mode as only the pre-installed apps are allowed to run in this mode.
- With the screen on, press and hold the Power key.
- In the options menu that displays, tap Power off and restart.
- The device will restart and the Safe mode overlay will no longer show on the screen.
In case the issue does not occur in this mode then it is most likely caused by an app you installed. Find out what app this is and uninstall it.
To find the specific app you will need to do a trial and error method. First, start the phone normally then uninstall an app. Once this is done check if the issue still occurs. Repeat this until the issue no longer occurs. The last app you uninstalled is most likely the culprit.
Wipe the cache partition of the phone
Your phone will usually store the most commonly used data to make it run much faster. There are cases when this data which is stored in the dedicated partition of the phone can become corrupted. When this happens this this will usually cause certain issues to occur on the phone. To eliminate the possibility that this is what’s causing the problem you will have to wipe the cache partition of the phone from the recovery mode.
- From the Home screen, tap Settings.
- Tap the ‘General’ tab.
- Tap Storage > Internal storage.
- Wait for menu options to finish calculating.
- Tap Free up space.
- Tap Temporary files & raw files.
- Select the following options: Cached data, Clip tray temporary files, Raw files from camera.
- Tap Delete > DELETE
Check if the LG Q Stylus won’t connect to Wi-Fi issue still occurs.
Perform a factory reset
In case the above steps fails to fix the LG Q Stylus won’t connect to Wi-Fi issue then your last option is to do a factory reset. Make sure to backup your phone data before doing the reset as this will be deleted in the process.
- Turn off the device.
- Press and hold the Power and Volume down buttons.
- When the LG logo appears, quickly release and then re-hold the Power button while continuing to hold the Volume down button.
- When the “Delete all user data (including LG and carrier apps) and reset all settings” message appears, use the Volume down button to highlight Yes.
- Press the Power button to reset the device.
Once the reset is complete setup your phone again then check if the issue still occurs. If it does then this is most likely caused by a faulty hardware component. You should then bring the phone to a service center and have it checked.