Many people have confirmed that Vivo Y95 is a well designed mid-range Android smartphone model which was first released in November 2018. It exhibits a solid build quality with a 6.22 inch IPS LCD Screen having a resolution of 720 x 1520 Pixels located at the front. To blow your mind a little, this device makes use of a dual rear camera and a single 20MP camera at the front. Below the hood is a Snapdragon 439 Octa-core Processor paired with 4GB of RAM. Indeed, this is very solid in terms of its performing nature, but sometimes it develops a fault that will require some urgent or immediate attention. So in this article, we will look at one general fault Vivo Y95 users complain lately, which is the issue of not connecting to Wi-Fi. So read between the lines to put a stop to this threat.
How To Fix The Vivo Y95 “Won’t Connect” To Wi-Fi Issue
Before carrying out any troubleshooting steps below, make sure you are running on the latest software version for it to work. Again once there is any update endeavor to download and install it first because this will help to reduce the possibility of the problem being caused by the old software. So make use of these steps below to fix your Vivo Y95 “Won’t Connect To Wi-Fi” Issues
Turn On The Wi-Fi Switch
Every smartphone has a Wi-Fi switch in its settings, which you must turn on before you can be able to connect to another Wi-Fi network. It is possible that you might forget to switch on the Wi-Fi and you are busy wasting your time connecting it. So I will advise. The first thing you have to do is to check if this switch is turned on, if it is not, turn it on. Below are guards that will help you do that.
- Go to Settings
- Click on Wireless & Networks
- Click on Wi-Fi
- Turn on Wi-Fi
Check if you can connect to another Wi-Fi network. If you cant, relax your mind and make use of the next troubleshooting step below.
Check If The Problem Is Caused By The Router
We have seen cases when the problem is not actually from the phone but from the router. So right now, I think is best to eliminate the router as the source of the problem and you can do that by, checking or trying to see if another device can connect to the router successfully. Ask your self, Does the router have a setting activated (MAC filtering) that is blocking your phone from connecting to it? One easiest way to check if this is actually a router problem is to try connecting your device to a different Wi-Fi network and see if it will connect if it doesn’t then it’s very likely that the problem is caused by the router.
Do A Soft Reset
It is possible that this issue was caused due to temporary data that was stored on the phone that got corrupted. If this is the case, have in mind that a soft reset will fix the problem because it will help to refresh the phone software. To do this, kindly follow the procedure below:
- Click and hold the Power and Volume down key firmly for up to 45 seconds.
- Be patience as the device restarts