Are you having a difficult time turning on the Wi-Fi switch of your Android phone? If you are then you have come to the right place as we will be dealing with this particular issue in this article. As we all know a smartphones main strength is its ability to go online. While you can use a mobile data connection this will easily consume your data allowance if you constantly download content over the Internet. This is the reason why you must always use a Wi-Fi connection whenever possible.
When the Wi-Fi won’t turn on for your Android phone there are several steps that you can do to troubleshoot the problem. We have listed the steps below which you should perform.
Restart the phone
Sometimes a quick restart is all that’s needed to fix this problem. Restarting the phone will refresh the phone software. Once the phone has fully started you should immediately check if the Wi-Fi switch of the phone can turn on.
Make Sure Airplane Mode Is Off
When your phone is in Airplane Mode it will stop any transmission of radio signals which includes Wi-Fi.
Perform a factory reset
If the Wi-Fi switch of the phone still does not turn on then you will have to do a factory reset. Since your phone data will be erased during this process you should create a backup copy before doing the reset.
If after performing the steps listed above the Wi-Fi switch of your phone still does not turn on then there’s a chance that the Wi-Fi chip of the phone is already defective. There’s little that you can do at this point except to bring the phone to a service center. This can usually be fixed at a service center by replacing the Wi-Fi chip of the phone.