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Discussion in 'iPad 3 Forum' started by howieb123, Mar 28, 2015.
my ipad 3 will not connect to network any where but in the phone store
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Have you tried resetting network settings? To do so, go to Settings>General>>Reset>Reset Network Settings. This won't delete any data but you will have to re enter passwords for sites that normally remember you.
I've deleted the other thread you started on this same topic as duplicate posts can confuse any resulting conversation, making it hard to follow as well as being against our rules.
thank you for removing the other post, to answer your question yes i have reset the network settings, replaced the wifi flex,and restored the ipad to the original settings. i don't know of any thing else to try i just hope that i can find someone to help me.
Have you tried resetting the WiFi router?
yes and i have tried another router and three different locations like mcdonalds but the only place that the wifi will work is the phone shop that i had the wifi flex replaced
It's possible that the WiFi cable, connections, or antenna were damaged during the repair. Maybe the phone shop has an especially powerful WiFi router and your iPad is still able to connect when it won't connect to WiFi at other locations.
i can see all of the routers but when i try to connect it tells me unable to join network or incorrect password but the password is correct and my phone can connect to all of these places
the ipad is doing the same before and after the wifi flex was changed
When you had the iPad in for repair, was a full diagnostic done? If not, you could have one done at the Genius Bar at the nearest Apple Store. This would tell if there were any hardware or firmware issues causing the WiFi connection problems.
Ok, this is pure guess. Was the phone shop wi-fi network open (no password) and are the other networks you are trying to connect to secure (you need a password)?
If so, you need to make sure you choose the right security protocol when connecting for the first time. Almost all private networks use WPA2. If you chose the wrong one on the first attempt, you need to forget that network and try to connect again.
Without more details, that's all I can think of.