Best 3 settings to fix Android won’t stay connected to wifi

When your Android won’t stay connected to wifi, you can follow my solution. Sometimes your android phone or tablet may display error wifi doesn’t stay connected. You will see this error because of some settings problem. To overcome this problem, you need to change some settings.




How to fix Android won’t stay connected to wifi

Setting 1: WiFi does not stay connected

Video tutorial: Settings 1

This section gives about How to fix Android won’t stay connected to wifi

Total Time: 2 minutes

Step 1: Go to setting

First Go to settings (represented by wheel symbol).




Step 2: Select the Wi-Fi tab

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In the settings, you will find the Wi-Fi option. Select the Wi-Fi tab

Step 3: Select the Advanced button

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At the bottom of the screen, you can see the Scan and Advanced option. Select the Advanced button.




Step 4: Select keep wifi on during the sleep tab

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In the Advanced options you can see different options related to Wi-Fi. Select keep wifi on during sleep option.

Step 5: Select Never option  

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Now you can see the screen as shown in the above image. Select the Never option by clicking on it as shown in the below figure.

Setting 2: WiFi does not stay connected

To get to the Advanced Settings window, follow these steps:




  • Tap the Menu button on your handset.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap Wireless and Networks.
  • Tap Wi-Fi settings.
  • Tap the Menu button again by clicking on the Wi-Fi option.
  • Tap Advanced
  • Tap the Proxy setting and make sure your Android device is not set up for a Proxy. If you tap on Proxy and see an IP address or domain, delete it.

Setting 3: Checking points

  • Check your network connection
  • Check your password (correct or not)

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