1. zarGonnn's Avatar
    Hi there,

    I have an issue on my Passport. When I connect to a WiFi network and disconnect afterwards (leaving the location), I can't connect again to a WiFi network.

    It happens when:
    - connected at home, leaving the house, coming back home and (trying) to reconnect to network A.
    - connected at home, going to work and try to connect to netwerk B.

    The WiFi network is recognized/discovered, I also can select it, but it simply doesn't connect to it.

    1) Connected to ND2AIR in the morning. Worked just fine. Went to the toilet, lost connection, came back and I couldn't connect any more. Passport says I'm connected, but as you can see the WiFi network has no signal strength (so, no working internet connection):
    Can't successfully (re)connect on WiFi once disconnected-hgfdgpt.jpg

    2) When I tap 'Saved' and select ND2AIR, I can tap 'connect'! But...
    Can't successfully (re)connect on WiFi once disconnected-a9ku3fk.jpg

    3) When I go back to the WiFi network list, ND2AIR is suddenly disabled:
    Can't successfully (re)connect on WiFi once disconnected-usiwjre.jpg

    Enabling and/or trying doesn't make a difference. Removing network from 'Saved' list also doesn't work. Rebooting is the only option...

    Running according to Settings -> About:
    Can't successfully (re)connect on WiFi once disconnected-6rwyhql.jpg

    And according to BlackBerry Vritual Expert:
    Can't successfully (re)connect on WiFi once disconnected-hqrwcqr.jpg

    (Software Update tells me that I am running the latest software...)

    Alsooo! A friend with a Z30 running a leaked 10.3 OS also has the same problem... Does anyone of you recognize this issue?
    10-07-14 05:05 AM
  2. zarGonnn's Avatar
    How it looks after a reboot (and successfully connecting):
    Can't successfully (re)connect on WiFi once disconnected-aclcalw.jpg
    10-07-14 05:30 AM
  3. robsteve's Avatar
    I get that sometimes. I have two wireless routers in the house and it then picks the other. I haven't seen it happen lately, but I upgraded my OS a few days ago to the latest OS

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    10-07-14 05:41 AM
  4. IMMCracked's Avatar
    I have the same problem with my Z10 running latest stock software. At home I have 2 wifi networks and lately I've had the issue where it won't connect to one of them without retyping my password or if it does reconnect automatically, it seems to take a long time even wifi signal is very strong. But this is sporadic. No pattern. However, it connects easily to the second network without issue. Both networks are active with similar signal strength. Prior to a fee weeks ago, this never happened. Something strange is going on. Must be software related.

    Posted via CB10
    10-07-14 06:30 AM
  5. kbz1960's Avatar
    Do you have inter access point handover on?
    10-07-14 06:45 AM
  6. AdamThatsIt's Avatar
    I'm having the same issues here on my passport, on .1418
    10-14-14 03:39 PM
  7. zarGonnn's Avatar
    After three months of having the Passport, still having this problem. Anyone else beside AdamThatsIt having this issue?

    I don't mind Android-apps like Instagram crashing and not working, but not being able to directly see if I'm connected to WiFi is really really frustrating. I even do a reboot sometimes, to make sure I'm on WiFi. Most of the time, the phone connects to the wifi network, but the 3G icon is displayed instead of the WiFi icon. Blergh.
    01-04-15 08:35 PM
  8. rebroker2009's Avatar
    Try wireless g if you are on n or try n if you are on g, see if that helps

    Blackberry Passport running
    01-04-15 08:38 PM

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