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Wifi question

Discussion in 'Cyanogenmod - X' started by csteiner73, Jul 28, 2011.

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    I generally leave my wifi on when I'm driving between work and home. When I leave the house and get to my office, I have to turn wifi off and back on to get my phone to join my office wifi network (and vice versa). Is there a setting somewhere when I can have it automatically jump on saved wifi networks?
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    It should automatically jump on if its saved. Make sure you have the wifi sleep turned off in the wifi settings.
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    I'm not set to sleep, and both my office and home networks are remembered. I'm on nightly 42.
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    If you're leaving Wi-fi on it should automatically connect when in range of those networks. If it doesn't you may want to try a full wipe of your device. Also, here is a really useful Tasker program for turning wifi on and off at certain destinations.
    Wifi Automator - Tasker Wiki