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Topic # 150018 8-Jul-2014 19:18
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Hey guys so I recently got a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 and tried connecting it to my wifi at home, even with a strong signal, it keeps saying "Network connection disabled. Internet connection slow"

 

Can anyone help me?

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  Reply # 1084326 8-Jul-2014 19:35
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ry going into your wifi advanced menu and uncheck "auto network switch" and see if that helps




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  Reply # 1084328 8-Jul-2014 19:39
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Hey there, there is no auto switch option. Under Wi-Fi > Advance   there is 6 options: network notification, sort by, keep wifi on during sleep, always allow scanning, wifi timer and install certificates

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  Reply # 1084344 8-Jul-2014 20:10
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try unticking scanning always available option in wifi settings if that is on.




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  Reply # 1084366 8-Jul-2014 20:21
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that still doesn't work

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  Reply # 1084512 9-Jul-2014 01:52
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Have you tried setting a static IP just make its not one that's already used. That may work but regardless it should work out of the box.

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